A warm welcome to our new ICNARC trustees

We are delighted to announce the appointment of two new members to our Board of Trustees, Paul Maddox and Carolyn Seet.

As our Treasurer, Paul has extensive financial and business delivery expertise, thanks to his current role as Managing Partner of Ernst & Young’s Financial Services Advisory Practice. He has led on large-scale change programmes, including the UK’s National Chip and Pin Trial and Rollout.

Carolyn brings a wealth of skills and knowledge to her role as a trustee with a special interest in digital technology. She has a strong Fintech and banking track record in technology and business delivery in Singapore and UK. As acting COO / CFO with Encrypgen, Carolyn ensures operational and projects excellence to bring to market security software for protecting, sharing and re-marketing genomic data.

Our Chair of Trustees, Bob Nicholls said: “In December, we said a sad farewell to two long-standing trustees. Terry Rickwood and Maureen Dalziel have been with us since 1996 and 1998 respectively and we're endlessly grateful to them for their many years of commitment and dedication to ICNARC. We are delighted to welcome Paul and Carolyn to our Board.

This is an exciting period for ICNARC as we approach 25 years in operation in 2019. Paul and Carolyn’s financial and digital expertise and their strategic perspective will help ICNARC to develop our longer-term vision and strategic plans. We look forward to them working with us and contributing to improving the quality of all aspects of care for critically ill patients.”

"Paul and Carolyn’s financial and digital expertise and their strategic perspective will help ICNARC to develop our longer-term vision and strategic plans. We look forward to them working with us and contributing to improving the quality of all aspects of care for critically ill patients." Bob Nicholls, Chair of Trustees, ICNARC

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