Dianne Foy became a member of the NHS Board on 1st July 2022.
Dianne is a counsellor in private practice, having graduated from the University of Strathclyde in 2018. She is also a qualified Environmental Health Officer, most recently working in public health enforcement during the Coronavirus pandemic.
She is a member of the Board of Flourish House, a mental health charity and The Courtyard Pantry, a food project aiming to alleviate poverty and increase access to food and employment.
She has prior governance experience, having served on the Boards of Glasgow Womens Aid and Home-Start Renfrewshire and Inverclyde.
Dianne worked within the field of Environmental Protection for 20 years, progressing from officer to Unit Manager level, gaining experience of enforcement, regulation, auditing, policy and strategy, as well as risk management, health and safety and emergency planning.
She has diversified her career significantly in the last ten years, working and volunteering within the third sector and gaining experience within the areas of women’s services, mental health support, families and children, community transport and adult disability.
Having now worked in the private, public and third sectors in a broad range of roles, Dianne feels she has a unique perspective to bring to this Board position.
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