Membership of the Cardiff and Vale of Glamorgan Regional Partnership Board

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Cllr Eddie Williams 

Cabinet Member for Social Care and Health, Vale of Glamorgan Council (Chair of the Regional Partnership Board)

Cllr Ashley Lister  

Cabinet Member for Children and Families, Cardiff Council

Cllr Norma Mackie  

Cabinet Member for Social Care and Health, Cardiff Council

Charles Janczewski

Vice Chair of the Cardiff and Vale University Health Board (Vice Chair of the Regional Partnership Board)

The main areas of focus for my role with the Health Board is to lead the Board towards providing the best possible health care services for the population we serve. This includes:

· the successful development and implementation of our long term strategy

· ensuring that the Board delivers strong performance against our operational delivery requirements with particular focus on quality of service and patient safety

· continually developing the right culture across the organisation including a very strong emphasis on staff wellbeing, equality and inclusion

· making sure that our underpinning governance arrangements are fit for purpose.

The main areas of focus for my role with the Health Board is to lead the Board towards providing the best possible health care services for the population we serve. This includes:

· the successful development and implementation of our long term strategy

· ensuring that the Board delivers strong performance against our operational delivery requirements with particular focus on quality of service and patient safety

· continually developing the right culture across the organisation including a very strong emphasis on staff wellbeing, equality and inclusion

· making sure that our underpinning governance arrangements are fit for purpose.

A major benefit of the Regional Partnership Board from my point of view, has been the ability to work very closely with all partner organisations to improve the range of services we provide to our population within Cardiff & the Vale of Glamorgan. Our very effective partnership working has allowed us to deliver creative and innovative services that would have been far more difficult for individual organisations to achieve in isolation. Co-production has been a major benefit and has been particularly beneficial during this recent period of unprecedented challenge that the Covid-19 pandemic has presented. The work of the RPB has highlighted the contributions of all of our staff and key workers who continue to provide amazing public service and compassionate care for members of our communities.”

Suzanne Rankin

Chief Executive, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

Abigail Harris

Director of Planning and Strategy, Cardiff and Vale University Health Board

Lance Carver

Director of Social Services, Vale of Glamorgan Council

Sarah McGill

Corporate Director – People and Communities, Cardiff Council

Cllr Lynda Thorne

Cabinet Member for Housing & Communities, Cardiff Council

Sheila Hendrickson-Brown

Chief Executive Officer Cardiff Third sector Council (C3SC)

I am Chief Executive of Cardiff Third Sector Council – the third sector infrastructure and membership organisation for Cardiff. We are the local voluntary sector hub that offers a range of advice, information and services to support inclusive community action, citizen engagement and volunteering.

Cardiff Third Sector Council has helped champion the role of the third sector on the Cardiff and Vale Regional Partnership Board with the aim of ensuring that people in the region see more integrated services which are easier to access and focused on what matters most to them.

Rachel Connor

Chief Executive Officer, Glamorgan Voluntary Service

Sam Austin

Deputy Chief Executive, Llamau

Malcolm Perrett

Vice Chair, Care Forum Wales

Andrew Templeton

Group Chief Executive at YMCA Cardiff Group

Paula Ham

Director of Learning and Skills for the Vale of Glamorgan Council

My remit with the Council covers education and culture. My role on the RPB is to contribute to the identification of health and wellbeing issues in relation to early years and school aged children and to work with partners to address agreed priorities.

Biggest value/benefit of the RPB:

The biggest benefit of the RPB to me is it gives us the ability to design and deliver joined up solutions. This makes it easier for people to access the right services when they need them.”

Melanie Godfrey

Director of Education and Lifelong Learning, Cardiff Council

Estelle Hitchon

Director of Partnerships and Engagement, Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust

Cath Doman

Director, Health and Social Care Integration, Cardiff and Vale Regional Partnership Board

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