With a wealth of operational and general business management experience, Mark is responsible for ensuring the delivery of quality services while building capacity for future growth.
Mark is renowned for driving cultural change, and ensures that we benefit from continuous and sustainable improvement.
Mark's expertise lies in procurement and supply chain, SME business management, project and programme management, resource planning, system strategy and budget control.
Carolyn spent several years working as a paralegal and legal researcher at a top-tier law firm before moving to TRUSTECH as an Executive Assistant.
Carolyn now supports the Health Social Enterprise (HSE) team which helps individuals and organisations to transition or “spin-out” of their host body into a social enterprise organisation.
Carolyn provides support during each stage of the transition - from the initial audit all the way through to post-transition support.
Programme Manager - HSE
Nicola Dickins has been working with Social Entrepreneurs for over 20 years, helping them to develop social enterprise activity and diverse income generation routes through trading, commissioning, funding and social investment.
Her vision is to see a world where organisations choose to invest their profits into social purpose and thus sustainable and resilient communities can emerge.
Nicola leads the TRUSTECH Health Social Enterprise programme, establishing meaningful partnerships with entrepreneurs and companies to maximise positive outcomes for society.
Louisa is the first point of contact for general enquiries. She is responsible for providing administrative, financial and project support.
Louisa’s expertise includes office administration, health and safety, finance, HR, back office and other protocols.
Charlotte works in the Health Social Enterprise (HSE) team to provide support to new and existing social enterprise organisations that aim to improve health and social care outcomes.
In particular she manages the start-up workstream, that helps individuals and organisations that want to establish Health Social Enterprises or are at a stage where they need to grow.
Charlotte's expertise includes business/innovation management, social enterprise, business planning, market research and data analysis.
Maryam assists the Administration Manager in ensuring the organisation runs efficiently while providing support and assistance for ongoing Health Social Enterprise projects.
Maryam expertise includes report and literature reviews, experimental design, magazine editing, research, report writing, magazine production, project support and office administration.
Richard has held numerous finance director positions in the life sciences and healthcare sector, with both large multinationals and SMEs, including start-ups.
His wide experience, encompassing finance, sales and business development, and general business management, delivers sound and insightful financial management.
Richard's expertise includes financial planning and analysis, strategic planning, acquisitions, disposals,
in- and out-licensing and, business and intellectual property valuation.
As a venture capitalist for 25 years, involved in the start-up, growth and exit of a significant number of technology businesses across the UK, in a wide range of sectors including healthcare, materials, software, electronics and manufacturing.
Since 2017 he has been working for TRUSTECH as a board advisor and consultant, supporting the company's role as a leading advisor to healthcare organisations on transformation through innovation.
Doug's expertise lies in venture capital, life sciences, finance and business development.
Senior Project Manager
Kevin has previously worked at the NHS Technology Adoption Centre (NTAC), and was involved in Department of Health (DHSC) programmes and publications.
He manages a number of projects, supports and engages with healthcare vendors and companies with novel services and products for the NHS.
Kevin's expertise includes programme/project management, technology adoption, market research, data management/analysis, business development and funding services.
An international research scientist, Mike has worked for Department of Health funded networks and implemented/ managed clinical studies in primary and secondary care. He is responsible for market intelligence and sector research, evaluating products and services for Commissioner Innovation Programmes, calculating Social Value and Social Return On Investment (SROI).
Mike's expertise includes critical analysis, experimental design, data analysis, report writing, product evaluations, intelligence reports, pharmaceutical research and clinical trials.