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    We are, once again, launhing our popular #upliftingimage digital photography competition. The theme this year is Contentment - what does it mean to you. We want to reach out to more people than ever before to challenge the stigma and discrimination still associated with mental health. The competition closes on October 10, 2018.

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Ranjeet Kaile

Director of Communications and Stakeholder Engagement

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Ranjeet joined the Trust in November 2013 and is responsible for leading the Trust’s Communications, Stakeholder Engagement  and Public Affairs programme.

Ranjeet has over 20 years’ of marketing and communication experience working in some of the country’s most challenging public sector arenas. Prior to joining the Trust Ranjeet was Head of Marketing and Communications at Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust for six years where he transformed the organisations approach to communications and patient engagement.

Since joining the Trust Ranjeet has built an award winning communications, public affairs and stakeholder engagement team leading a number of innovations that directly benefit patient care. These include achieving the Information Standard, the creation of standardised patient information, new public website and the implementation of Skype across the organisation and for patient consultations. Ranjeet was Senior Responsible Officer for leading the Trust through one of England’s largest mental health reconfiguration consultations as part the £160m Estates Modernisation Programmes. He is also the Senior Responsible Officer for the Trust’s Contact Centre which aims to provide easier access to our services for patients.

Ranjeet has held a number of senior communication roles throughout his career including acting as Communications Adviser for the Department of Health working on the provider communications strategy for implementing the 2012 ‘Liberating the NHS’ reforms. At Lambeth Council Ranjeet was the Head of Marketing and responsible for managing a team of 22 covering all external communications across the council departments. He has also spent time working with MPs at the Houses of Parliament and supporting local councillors with community programmes.

Ranjeet is passionate about public services, community engagement and access to services. He is an advisor to the national charity Citizens UK. Ranjeet sits on the NHSI communications development steering group and is a member of the not-for-profit Missenden Group.

Sola Afuape

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Sola Afuape was appointed in August 2016. She is a member of QSAC and is co-chair of the Equality and Diversity committee.

Sola has over 15 years’ experience in health and social care advising, designing and implementing national and regional programmes most notably in health inequality improvements and was Chair of a national charity tackling social exclusion and health inequalities with a particular focus on Mental Health, for which she was awarded an MBE. She has held a number of advisory roles across a collaboration of CCGs and worked across government within the Department of Health, Public Health England, Standing Commissioning on Carers and the Arts and more recently HMCT’s London West Advisory  Committee.

She currently runs her own consultancy specialising in Strategy, Workforce & OD and Equalities and conducting independent reviews which she combines with a deep passion for patient, staff and citizen voice, co- production and systems leadership.

 

Sue McKenna

Chief Operating Officer

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Sue will take up the position of Chief Operating Officer at the Trust in September 2018.

Asha Hoque

Director of HR and Organisational Development (Job Share) 

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Asha joined the Trust permanently in September 2015 to provide expertise in change  management and organisational development supported by a postgraduate certificate in this specialist area.

Her career has concentrated largely within the NHS where she has worked in a number of senior HR roles across primary care, acute care, commissioning and more recently mental health.

Prior to joining the Trust, Asha played a key role in the dissolution of PCTs and emergence of CCGs across south west London. Asha has previously been selected as HR Champion a national programme led by the HPMA and was also selected as a candidate for the Breaking Through Programme for Aspiring Directors (NHS Leadership  Academy).

 

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