Hannah Davies - Meet the Team

Hannah Davies

CEO Healthwatch Leeds. My role is to put the voice of people at the centre of health and care in Leeds. I have previously worked in the private, public and third sector, prior to Healthwatch Leeds, I was a Director at Forum Central, the voice of the health and care third sector in Leeds.


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Stuart Morrison


I am the Team Leader at Healthwatch Leeds.  I am part of the team responsible for ensuring that people and communities have real influence over local services and making sure the impact that we have can be demonstrated widely.  I’ve been with Healthwatch since we started in 2013 and previously worked for Leeds LINk and the national charity Shaw Trust.

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Gemma O'Connell

I am the Communications Manager at Healthwatch Leeds. I ensure that Healthwatch Leeds has a visible and positive profile in Leeds, West Yorkshire and nationally. I started as a volunteer and worked my way up to where I am today. I am passionate about improving health and care services to have accessible information for people with communication needs.
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Tatum Yip

I am one of the part-time Community Project Workers.  I am keen to work collaboratively with our partners to support communities to make an impact in health and social care services, particularly those from the ethnic minority backgrounds.


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Craig McKenna

I’m the Volunteer Manager for Healthwatch Leeds, the main part of my role is to encourage all our volunteers to achieve their potential, help them develop their skills and have a positive volunteering experience


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Harriet Wright

I’m a Community Project Worker. I lead a wide variety of projects to help people’s voices have a real impact on health and care services. I’m driven by the fact that I was an unpaid family carer for many years of my life trying to navigate the system. I love to find creative ways of hearing from people, especially those who are often forgotten about and easily ignored.

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Parveen Ayub

I am a full time Community Project worker for Healthwatch Leeds. My key roles include providing information and advice on how to access services, promoting and supporting the involvement of people in commissioning and working in partnership across different sectors and services.



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Anna Giles

After volunteering for Healthwatch Leeds for a few years, I am now a Community Project Worker. It’s a real honour when people share their experiences of health and care with us, and I love transforming their stories into reports, presentations and other materials we can share with senior leaders and the public to make services even better.

Rameesah Ahmed

Rameesah Ahmed

I am the new Community Project Worker here at Healthwatch Leeds. I love to help advocate representing the voice of others. I previously studied Adult Nursing, ventured into teaching and charity work, and now look forward to improving the health and social care system, particularly ensuring children and young people are heard along the way!

I lead the fantastic group Youthwatch, a group of 14-25-year-old volunteers that make sure their voices are heard.



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Isaac Grinnell

I am the Administrator for Healthwatch Leeds. My role encompasses providing support to the team, minute-taking during board meetings, and managing our CEO, Hannah Davies' schedule. I have strong ties to East Leeds and studied Politics with a placement year at Lancaster University. Additionally, I have valuable experience in customer service and working for members of Parliament.

 
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