Mark Tuckett joined the ACP in October 2019 as ACP Director. He leads the ACP team, and supports the ACP Board and Chief Executives in their work to achieve a more integrated health and care system in Sheffield. Mark has had a varied career – for the last ten years, he has worked in local government, where he led work on public service reform and transformation in Sheffield, and on policy and performance at Sheffield City Council. Before moving to Sheffield, he worked in Zambia – both as a teacher and on public health promotion; for an international development charity which focused on gender equality in Africa; as a strategy consultant for McKinsey & Company; and at Transport for London.
ACP Deputy Director – Delivery
Kathryn Robertshaw joined the Sheffield ACP in January 2019. Kathryn leads the delivery of the programmes to deliver the Shaping Sheffield plan, bringing together programme management and quality improvement approaches. Alongside the ACP Deputy Director of Development, she also provides cover for the ACP Director. Kathryn started her career in public health and has worked for a variety of NHS organisations, leading on national, regional and city wide health and social care projects and programmes of work. Kathryn has spent the last seven years working in the health and social care system of Sheffield on a variety of cross organisational programmes many of which focussed on developing integrated models of care and improving the use of technology to support innovation and new ways of working.
ACP Deputy Director – Development
Jane Ginniver joined the ACP in September 2018. Her primary responsibilities include organisation and system leadership development, workforce, public engagement and communications. Alongside the ACP Deputy Director – Delivery, she also provides cover for the ACP Director post. Prior to joining the ACP Jane started her career in a business management operational role in the employment sector, and subsequently specialised in people, leadership and organisation development in Higher Education.
ACP Programme Manager / ICS Place Based Workforce Lead
Natalie Jones is currently seconded from Sheffield Teaching Hospitals into the ACP as a Programme Manager for Ageing well and Place-Based Workforce Lead for Sheffield in the South Yorkshire and Bassetlaw Integrated Care System Workforce Hub. Natalie is an Occupational Therapist with 24 years’ experience working in the NHS and 19 years working in stroke and neurological specialities in Sheffield Teaching Hospitals. Natalie has a master’s degree in clinical research and has held a number of leadership roles in the NHS combining clinical management, professional leadership and clinical academic research. She has been recognised for her research with a Royal College of Occupational Therapy Excellence Award and at the Allied Health Professional Advancing Health Care Awards. She has recently worked with CLAHRC YH (Collaboration for Leadership in Allied Health Research and Care in Yorkshire Humber) to co-design a research impact tool specifically for the NHS, in partnership 12 NHS organizations and the National Institute for Health Research.
Senior Finance Manager
Judith Town joined the ACP in January 2019. Judith is a Chartered Accountant and is responsible for providing oversight of the financial funding flows between ACP organisations, enabling a more transparent and system wide approach to financial planning and reporting. Judith joined the NHS in 2003 and has worked in various financial roles across both provider and commissioner organisations, as well as being part of system-wide transformation programmes.
Project Support Officer
Esme Harvard joined the ACP in January 2020 to provide administrative and communicative project support to staff across health and social care delivering ACP priorities for prevention, better care and wellbeing together. Esme gained experience working with local government and the voluntary sector to support transformation of service delivery, whilst undertaking a BSc in Psychology at Sheffield Hallam University.