Appointed governors represent relevant stakeholder organisations, the commissioners, local authority and higher eduction.
Simon is Dean of the Faculty of Health & Wellbeing at the University of Winchester. Building on the University’s mission ‘To educate, to advance knowledge and to serve the common good’, Simon is leading the development of an exciting portfolio of new health-related education programmes. In recent years, Simon has worked closely with the Trust to develop successful physiotherapy and nursing degree programmes and he is now working towards the launch of many new programmes that will provide training opportunities for current and aspirant healthcare professionals alike. As an accredited exercise physiologist, Simon has lead many research projects in the fields of ‘health’ and ‘sport’, with much of his work published in academic journals and mass market book publications.
Stephen Reid has lived in Basingstoke all his life. He attended Fairfields School, Queen Mary’s Grammar and then Cambridge University where he read Economics.
Stephen took early retirement from a career in Information Technology. He is a past Leader of Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council where his proudest achievement was the building of the Anvil. He is currently County Councillor for Basingstoke South West and a member of the Cabinet. He is Hampshire’s stakeholder Governor on HHFT.