Non Executive Directors

Keith Norton: Non-Executive Director

Keith Norton is a retired Management Consultant, and spent the last part of his full-time career working on major projects in Cheltenham for eight years. He has extensive business skills, and is an experienced Non-Executive Director and Pension Trustee. 

Keith lives near Tewkesbury and is Vice Chairman of the Roses Theatre, a Life Patron (with his son) of the Cheltenham Music, Science, Jazz and Literature Festivals, a Volunteer at the Foodbank in Tewkesbury, and a member of Ronnie Scott’s in London.

Appointed until:  April 30, 2019

 

 

 

Tony Foster: Non-Executive Director

Tony Foster was formerly a Director of ICI Chemicals & Polymers Ltd and Chief Executive of ICI Chlorchemicals Business. He became a full-time member of the Criminal Cases Review Commission from 1997 to 2006 and was a member of the Council of the Competition Commission from 2003 to 2009.

He is now Chairman of the Animal Health and Veterinary Laboratories Agency, a non-executive director of the Legal Ombudsman, and a member of the Determinations Panel of the Pensions Regulator. 

Appointed until:  May 31, 2018

 


Tracey Barber: Non-Executive Director

Tracey Barber has spent much of her career in marketing in the private sector. As well as having extensive business skills, she is an experienced Non-Executive Director, having held roles at the 2gether Trust and the Ministry of Defence. 

Despite working across nine businesses in the UK, Tracey finds time to commit to the area she lives in as well as spending valued time with her family.

Appointed until: August 31, 2019

 

 

 

Claire Feehily: Non Executive Director

Claire Feehily has more than 30 years' experience in social care, health and housing sectors. Formerly the Chair of Healthwatch Gloucestershire and an NHS non-executive director since 2010, Claire is also a qualified accountant. Currently Claire holds board positions with The Guinness Partnership, Alliance Homes and is the Audit Chair at The National Archive. Claire has particular expertise in financial and risk governance, and in helping organisations to engage properly with those who use services and to learn from what they say. Claire provides Board oversight on Raising Concerns with the Freedom to Speak Up Guardian reporting to her on these issues.

 

 

 

 

Rob Graves: Non Executive Director

Rob Graves has had an extensive career in the finance function of 3M Company (a component of the Dow Jones Industrial Average) including director level positions in the U.S.A, Belgium and the United Kingdom. A qualified accountant, he has significant experience of leading large finance teams, serving complex business units, spanning operational accounting and business planning functions and has been instrumental in establishing a European shared service operation.  Rob joined the board of NHS Gloucestershire in 2006 as a non–executive director and audit chair where he has taken an energetic and proactive approach in ensuring excellent governance. Since 2011 Rob has served as a non-executive director and audit chair on the Board of Gloucestershire Care Services.


 

 

 

 

Alison Moon: Non Executive Director

A registered nurse since 1980, Alison’s driving passion is ensuring the highest possible quality healthcare services for all. After training at Bristol’s Frenchay Hospital, Alison has held a variety of clinical and leadership roles across the NHS and charitable sector.

Alison is an experienced director with nursing, quality and service improvement portfolios including two previous roles as deputy chief executive in both an NHS Trust and commissioning. Alison has been on the Board of Trustees at St Peter’s Hospice, Bristol since 2012. Alison has also had a previous role of regional clinical champion for improving the care of people with dementia in all acute hospitals in the South West.

Throughout her career, Alison has maintained a steadfast commitment to continuously improving patient safety, experience and clinical outcomes whilst ensuring the views of patients and professionals remain at the heart of service delivery and development.

 

Alison previously worked for Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in 2000-2002 and is delighted to be able to contribute again to developing and delivering high quality, patient-centred healthcare services for the people of Gloucestershire.