Our board includes our Chair, Chief Executive, Director of Nursing and Allied Health Professionals and Quality, other senior executive directors and our Non-Executive Directors. They provide the strategic leadership and decision making to ensure we are a great place to work and continue to provide the best possible care for the communities we serve.
Our Articles of Association can be viewed here.
Sherry is passionate about health, social care, and social justice and has more than 30 years’ experience as a leader in large, complex, health and social care settings in local and central government, voluntary and commercial organisations.
“I am dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of the people of Nottingham,” says Sherry.
“We will achieve this by creating strong and sustainable partnerships with our health and care colleagues, so we are best placed to deliver effective and efficient care for our patients and the people we serve.
"It is important to me that I can make a difference for the better in whatever I do. I am committed to helping to create a fairer society and better workplaces where people are treated with respect and can make the most of their potential."
She joined Nottingham CityCare Partnership in May 2023. She is also a non-executive director at Dimensions UK, a trustee at the Internet Watch Foundation and at Social Work Awards.
Louise has overseen the development of Nottingham CityCare Partnership’s three-year strategy, which sets out our ambitious plans to make a difference every day to the health and wellbeing of our communities.
“I am proud to lead such a dedicated and passionate workforce of more than 1,200 people in our diverse and thriving city,” says Louise.
“Our mission, to make a difference every day to the health and wellbeing of our communities is an aim I hold very dear, living in Nottingham with my family.
“Over the coming months and years, we will be offering more inclusive services to deliver effective and efficient care, working with our health and care partners to create long-term and sustainable improvements in our communities.”
Louise is a qualified accountant and studied Industrial Economics at the University of Nottingham. She has a strong track record in improving financial governance, combined with strong financial management skills developed in both the public and private sectors.
Having previously served as Chief Financial Officer for both NHS Derbyshire and NHS Nottingham City Clinical Commissioning Groups she joined Nottingham CityCare Partnership in 2019 as Director of Finance and Corporate Services and was appointed as Chief Executive in April 2021.
Judith has worked at senior levels across the NHS, including in hospitals, community and mental health as well as the ambulance service.
As our Director of Nursing, Allied Health Professionals and Quality, she says: “I am passionate about patient and staff engagement and its importance in delivering high-quality, safe, effective and compassionate care.
“We must ensure our services are easily accessible to patients and families in all the communities we serve.
“By working with the people we care for, we will deliver an effective, efficient and compassionate service.”
She qualified as a nurse in 1988 and her background is in oncology and palliative care. She joined us in November 2023.
Helen has extensive experience and knowledge of healthcare in Nottingham, having spent a combined 24 years working for Nottingham CityCare, where she started her community career as a Registered Nurse.
As Director of Operations, she leads a large, diverse and critical portfolio of teams, each working to ensure we deliver compassionate, effective care.
“My priority is to support and develop my teams with a focus on delivering the very best for our staff and patients,” she says.
“I am passionate about the important role community care plays in the health and wellbeing of the diverse and vibrant communities we serve.”
Helen, who has also worked as a Medical Care Group General Manager for the Cancer and Associated Specialties Division at Nottingham University Hospitals, lives in Arnold with her husband and has two boys, both of whom work for the NHS.
She enjoys travel, making use of her motorhome to see the best this country has to offer.
Niki strongly believes Nottingham CityCare will continue delivering the best care by making the most effective use of its people and resources.
With 36 years’ experience in the NHS – more than 10 at director level – she has worked with providers and commissioners across the East and West Midlands on all aspects of finance, contracts, performance and procurement.
“We need to use all our resources effectively and efficiently as an organisation and as part of the Nottingham and Nottinghamshire health and social care system,” she says.
“It is important everyone within CityCare – clinical, operational and administration – remains fully focused on delivering the best care possible for all the communities we serve.”
She joined us in 2022 and when not at work she loves spending time with her dogs and her horses. She is a member of the British Horse Society's Audit Committee.
Roger is experienced in driving significant change across a broad spectrum of work environments and is trusted for operating with strong ethics, a sense of integrity and a high degree of trust.
He works with compassion and humanity, always seeking to create an environment that empowers people to do their best.
“We know our people are our most important asset, so it is vital we support them,” he says.
“Our aim is to provide high-quality locally led care where our people feel valued and we are always acting as one team.”
With more than 35 years of experience working in and around the NHS, mainly in the North of England, he has worked across a number of large-complex organisations in roles within human resources, organisational development and learning.
Roger has more than ten years of experience working in director posts in the NHS and has run his own independent consultancy business for more than ten years.
He has worked with a range of clients across the UK in the public, private and voluntary sectors. Roger also spends a lot of voluntary time working with schools and colleges on their career strategies.
Leading our ambitious plans to transform our services for the future and deliver more sustainable care, Simon plays a key role in delivering our long-term strategy.
As Associate Director of Sustainability and Transformation he is working with teams across Nottingham CityCare to drive important changes to improve the sustainability and quality of our services and our financial stability.
“I’m really proud of the work already undertaken to develop the care we provide and the plans we have for further improvements,” he says.
“We are firmly focused on creating a more robust model of high-quality, locally led care to meets the needs of all our communities.”
He has extensive experience in health sector financial management, having joined the NHS in 2008 as part of the East Midlands Strategic Health Authority finance training scheme.
Simon joined CityCare in autumn 2021 to lead both the Finance and Corporate Services functions and took up his current role in 2022.
He studied at Nottingham Trent University and is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy.
Originally from Mansfield, he lives in North Muskham and has two children. He enjoys football and supports Mansfield Town FC.
Anne has a strong track record of leadership and delivering change working at director and chief executive level at a range of NHS organisations.
Anne’s career includes working across different health systems in both provider and commissioning organisations at local and regional level.
“Teams across Nottingham CityCare are working ever more closely with colleagues from across the health and care sectors,” she says.
“Partnership, innovation and transformation of our services is vital if we are to continue delivering, safe, effective and compassionate care for the people we serve.”
She has held a range of directorships, with responsibility for finance, performance, Quality, Innovation, Productivity and Prevention (QIPP), transformation and transition.
She was Deputy Chair at Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust where she was a Non-Executive Director until December 2019 and she is currently a Non-Executive Director at Sheffield Health and Social Care.
Anita has more than 30 years of experience in human resources and organisational transformation and is a Chartered Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.
As one of our Non-Executive Directors, she chairs the People Committee and Equality Diversity and Inclusion Committee, overseeing and helping to guide teams in human resources, organisational development, communication and engagement. She is also our Freedom to Speak Up Lead.
“I am so proud to work with such dedicated and compassionate people,” she says.
“Our workforce is our most important asset and I am proud of Nottingham CityCare’s work to recruit, retain and develop a diverse and inclusive workforce supported by vibrant learning and research.”
Her early career included heading human resources for a large department at Nottingham City Council, before embarking on a national role with the Children and Family Court Advisory Service.
In 2008, she set up her own consultancy and has been privileged to work in a range of sectors, including health and social care, higher education, further education, social housing, local government and the charity sector.
Dee’s background is in palliative care nursing and she was, until recently, the Chief Executive Officer of a children’s hospice providing services across the East Midlands.
Her portfolio as a Non-Executive Director includes oversight of our clinical performance and standards and, as such, she chairs our Quality Committee.
She is also chair of the committee set up to oversee our Transformation Programme – our ambitious plans to ensure we continue delivering effective, compassionate care to the people in our communities.
“I want to share my knowledge and experience to help my colleagues deliver the best possible care,” she says.
“The Transformation team has already started taking the lessons learned from our independent review of Community Nursing and applying them across the whole organisation.
“This is a key part of our mission: To make a difference every day to the health and wellbeing our of communities.”
Dee is a Florence Nightingale scholar and trained in Sheffield. She has worked across the public and independent health sectors and has represented nursing and end-of-life care nationally and locally.
Helen is an experienced Director of Adult Social Care and has worked for Derbyshire County Council and Nottingham City Council.
As a Non-Executive Director, she chairs our Audit and Assurance Committee and our Community Engagement and Assurance Committee. She also attends our Quality Committee, providing oversight and guidance on areas including business development, corporate policies, digital and our performance.
“I saw at first hand the dedication from Nottingham CityCare teams when they provided care for my daughter towards the end of her life,” she says.
“Their kindness and compassion was evident and has enhanced my commitment to helping them provide long-term, sustainable improvements to the lives of everyone in our communities.”
As a local resident born in Nottingham, Helen has a strong interest in improving healthcare, in particular addressing health inequalities that have emerged from the Covid pandemic.
She is a strong advocate for involving local people in the design and development of services, is committed to wellbeing of colleagues and has a relentless focus on equality and diversity.
Helen has considerable experience working across the health and care system and has co-led on establishing an Integrated Care Partnership, its strategy and place-based working in her previous role.