Fleur Taylor, GenerationQ fellow

Yorkshire and the Humber
Fleur has worked in the health care sector since graduating in 1994 with a BSc in Podiatry. She worked across primary and secondary health care with NHS Lincolnshire for seven years. She then joined the sales and marketing division of a leading pharmaceutical company, where she managed a team ...

Tom Smerdon, GenerationQ fellow

Tom joined Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust in 2009 as General Manager for Surgery. He oversaw most surgical specialties at the hospital, plus theatres and anaesthetics, and is responsible for all aspects of performance of the unit. Between 2005 and 2009, Tom held a series o...

Paul Smeeton, GenerationQ fellow

Paul joined the NHS in 1986 working in Information Services. In 2003, he won an IM&T leadership award for his work at Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust. He has always contributed to the wider development of the organisations he has worked in, beyond his specialist role of informatics. In...

James Rooney, GenerationQ fellow

South west England
James is Managing Partner for Quality Improvement and Patient Safety at Devon Partnership NHS Trust, which provides mental health and learning disability services across Devon. James started his career in mental health and general nursing and he has more than 30 years’ experience in acute, pri...

Caroline O'Donnell, GenerationQ fellow

Since completing her fellowship, Caroline has become the Integrated Care Director at at North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT). In 2012, Caroline became the Managing Director of Community Services and an associate member of the board at North East London NHS Foundation Trust (NELFT). S...

Mark MacGregor, GenerationQ fellow

Mark graduated in medicine and physiology from Glasgow University in 1990, and then trained in general medicine and nephrology, predominantly in the west of Scotland. He was appointed as a consultant physician and nephrologist in 2004, and Clinical Director for Medical Specialties at Crosshous...

Harriet Hunter, GenerationQ fellow

Since completing her fellowship, Harriet has become Acting Head of Organisational Development, Leadership and Learning at the Scottish Government.

Kate Hooton, GenerationQ fellow

At the time of her fellowship, Kate was the Assistant Director of Quality and Patient Safety at Aneurin Bevan Health Board (ABHB) in South Wales. She was responsible for a number of quality and patient safety initiatives within the organisation and works as part of the Aneurin Bevan Centre for Im...

Fiona Haughey, GenerationQ fellow

South west England
After completing her felowship, Fiona became an Associate Director for Children and Families at Dorset HealthCare University NHS Foundation Trust in 2011. She leads community health services including health visiting, school nurses, paediatric speech and language therapy, breastfeeding support, s...

Joy Furnival, GenerationQ fellow

North west England
Joy started her improvement career in the process sector working for ICI and she qualified as a chartered engineer in 2004.  In 2006, Joy joined the NHS on the national Gateway to Leadership programme to lead improvement activity including pilot work for Productive Ward