We focus on four complex health issues more prevalent in urban areas
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Kieron has been our Chief Executive since 2016 and is a leading voice on urban health.
As Chief Executive, Kieron leads all areas of our work at Impact on Urban Health, where we collaborate with businesses, governments and communities to pioneer new ways of addressing urban health inequalities. Kieron is also Chief Executive of Guy’s & St Thomas’ Foundation, working closely with the executive team and board of Trustees in building a healthier society. Kieron stewards the management and investment of the Foundation’s endowment portfolio of close to £1 billion in achieving both a financial return and health impact. He also leads the Foundation’s work in supporting NHS patient and staff care as the charity for Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.
Since beginning his career at the Boston Consulting Group, Kieron has worked across the public sector at No.10, the Department for Business and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Kieron previously led the UK government’s work on impact investment, a role in which he helped form the G8 taskforce on social impact investment, and led initiatives creating the Access Foundation, Government Outcomes Lab and Dementia Discovery Fund.
Kieron sits on the Boards of Big Society Capital, the Design Council and Catch22. He chairs LIPH — a global coalition of institutional investors working to improve people’s health — as well as Nesta’s Cultural Impact Development Fund. He a is member of the Mayor of London’s Childhood Obesity Taskforce and on the advisory council of the Impact Investing Institute. In 2014 Kieron was selected as a Young Global Leader by the World Economic Forum.
Chief Executive Kieron Boyle responds to the UK Government's Commission on Race and Ethnic Disparities report
Chief Executive Kieron Boyle explores what we've learnt since the first lockdown, and how we can collectively shift the dial on health inequalities.
Chief Executive Kieron Boyle discusses the thinking behind the new brand for our urban health programmes.
The pandemic has fast-forwarded a clock on urban health patterns that were there all along. Health institutions cannot tackle this alone.
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