Fidelma Carter is our Director of Public Health. She joined the organisation in October 2012. After starting out her career in health promotion, following her studies at Galway National University Ireland, Fidelma then worked for 14 years in the NHS in London. Fidelma has held various senior management, public health and commissioning roles requiring her to work across and with statutory, community, primary care and 3rd sector planners and providers to promote health, equity and reduce inequalities. She has a strong track record in business planning, strategic thinking and formulation and in developing high quality and equitable services that meets the needs of local populations. Fidelma left the NHS in 2012 as Director of Inclusion, Communications and Engagement, to live in Northern Ireland with her partner and two young children. She worked as a volunteer for NI Confederation for Health and Social Care (NICON) and previously served as a chair of governors for over 5 years for an inner city London school and served as co–opted member for other boards.
Director of Public Health