PRESS RELEASE

22nd March 2019

New Trustee Appointments at Future Care Capital

Future Care Capital is delighted to welcome four new trustees to its board to support the next stage of its development.

The trustees were appointed at its board meeting earlier this week and bring experience from NHS England, health technology, charities and healthcare ventures.

Dr Neil Churchill OBE

Neil is an experienced leader with a strong record in both voluntary and public sectors. After 25 years in senior leadership roles at charities like Barnardo’s, Crisis, Age Concern and Asthma UK, Neil joined NHS England in 2013 in the lead national role for improving care experiences and reducing inequalities.

Lise Pape

Lise is an international business leader, founder and CEO of Walk With Path – an organisation that designs and manufactures assistive technology for people with mobility problems. As an entrepreneurial executive, Lise is experienced in business development, foreign direct investment, life sciences, product and project management as well as innovation principles and policy.

Sylvia Lowe

Sylvia is a senior-marketeer with almost two decades of experience in global brand management, marketing communications, innovation and new product development for major consumer and charity brands, including Diageo, Comic Relief and Nesta.

Joe Steel

Joe is a business leader, entrepreneur and manager with a unique track record in creating and growing businesses, achieved through innovation in consumer engagement and service excellence. Joe advises and invests in a small number of ventures.

Andrew Whelan, Chair of Future Care Capital, welcomed the new trustees and said: “We are pleased to welcome on board our new colleagues, Neil, Lise, Sylvia and Joe. They bring a richness of expertise that will augment the skills of the board as a whole. I’m looking forward to working with them as we embark on the next stage of our journey.”

Greg Allen, Chief Executive of Future Care Capital, said: “We are a small and ambitious team with a background from across many sectors and disciplines. The recent expansion of the staff team, combined with our new augmented trustee board, reflects where we want to go as an organisation. Together we will help to shape new thinking on health and care provision so that it is fit for the future.”

ENDS

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