Keziah grew up in Southampton and is now based at Winchester University where she is studying to become a nurse.
Prior to studying, she worked in various catering and customer service roles where she discovered a love for providing support and care for people, which is what ultimately lead her to Nursing and the NHS.
David was born in Basingstoke and has lived in Tadley all his life. He started work as a retail manager with the Co-operative before moving to management positions in the civil service locally and then in London.
David served as a town councillor then borough councillor and was selected as Mayor of Basingstoke and Dean for 2011/12. Other positions David has held include Chairman of Tadley Town Council, Chairman of Tadley and District Community Centre and National Chairman of the British Polio Fellowship.
Gill has lived and worked in Hampshire for 25 years. She has many years experience of working in health and social care, with 20 years in senior management posts. Most recently, from 2008-2015 as Director of Adult Services at Hampshire County Council prior to this Assistant Director for Older People in Hampshire and her first post with the council was Director of Residential and Nursing Services.
Prior to moving into social care, Gill was a Primary Care Trust Chief Executive and has been a Director of Nursing in a Mental Health and Community Trust. Alongside her extensive management and leadership experience she has a clinical background as a nurse, midwife and district nurse but is no longer on the nursing register.
Since retiring from full time work in 2015 Gill has undertaken Consultancy work and is a Director of two consultancy companies. G&G Consultancy Ltd which focuses on work within the voluntary and community sector and Duncan and Johnstone Consultancy Ltd that works on commissions through the NHS Independent Investigation Framework which is predominantly Mental Health investigation work.
Alongside this in 2021 Gill has worked as a volunteer and vaccinator at one of the Basingstoke Vaccination centres.
Gill has extensive experience of service transformation, integration of health and social care and understands the challenges of leading and managing large and complex organisations. She remains grounded in individual outcomes for patient’s, service users and their families. She has extensive experience of;
- Care Governance and quality
- Was a member of the Prime Minsters Nursing and Care Quality Forum 2013-2014 which was established post the Mid Staffordshire enquiry
- Investigation panel member of the Tawel Fan Investigation in North Wales (2018) which reviewed allegations of abuse and neglect in relation to 108 patients.
- Supported Mental health investigations and complaints as an investigation panel member.
- Commissioning and service delivery – across NHS services and social care
- Working within the charitable care sector undertaking service reviews and strategy development
- Working with primary care in Winchester to establish Social prescribing
- Multi agency networking and engagement with patients, service users and their families.