Senior appointments at Community Health Partnerships

Community Health Partnerships has appointed two new Non-Executive Directors to its Board – Pete Cornforth and Eric Guillaume – for a three-year term.

Pete Cornforth (pictured left) brings over 35 years’ experience in the investment and asset management sector. Having originally studied Land Management at The University of Reading, he is a professional member of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors. He has previously held non-executive roles at Surrey and Borders Partnership NHS Trust and One Housing Group, and currently has roles at John Whitgift Foundation, Transport for London, The Ormiston Trust, and East London NHS Foundation Trust.

Eric Guillaume, has over 20 years’ experience developing customer-led strategies, and has delivered major programmes of digital business transformation at board level. He has worked in both the public and private sectors for organisations including Grosvenor Group, ITV, and AOL as well as the UK Parliament, HMRC and the BBC. A former sociologist, he brings extensive knowledge in behavioural science and its impact on organisational culture and change management. He is the first Chair of the Digital Committee at the Energy Saving Trust and a Non-Executive Director for the Notting Hill Genesis Housing Association.

Catherine Mason, Chair of CHP, said: “I am delighted to announce the appointments of Pete and Eric as new Non-Executive Directors. After a rigorous recruitment process, I am confident that they will be able to provide a positive and valuable contribution to CHP moving forwards. Their experience, knowledge and skills will be a real asset to the organisation, and I am very much looking forward to working with them.”

Community Health Partnerships is a Department of Health and Social Care owned-company. Incorporated in 2001, its aim is to improve community-based health and social care services by working to improve the NHS estate through public private partnerships established through the NHS Local Improvement Finance Trust (LIFT) programme.

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