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Adam Crampsie (He / Him) - Chief Executive

Adam is a mental health clinician by background and his experience spans the public, private, and charity sectors. He started his career working in the NHS in mental health, before moving into private healthcare to develop and lead NHS-commissioned services across mental health trusts, acute trusts, clinical commissioning groups, and central government. Adam is passionate about creating an empowered workforce of motivated people who do amazing things for service users, all underpinned by a simple system that lets them do what they do best.

Emily Evans (She / Her) - Chief Commercial Officer

Emily has extensive experience of working in healthcare charities. During her career she has supported teams through periods of change and led the development and delivery of high-performing and impactful mental health services. Emily is focused on how our services can make the biggest impact on the people we support, bringing the greatest social value in the most sustainable way.

Sarah Dewar (She / Her) - Chief People Officer

Sarah joined us in March 2021, coming from her role as Director of People at an independent provider of integrated community health services. Prior to this, Sarah spent 11 years in HR at a national housing association. Sarah is passionate about supporting and valuing the amazing people who work across Mental Health Concern and Insight IAPT, creating opportunities for development, recognition, and empowerment in innovative and responsive ways.

Sahreen Safdar (She / Her) - Chief Finance Officer

Sahreen has extensive experience of leading financial strategies to meet ambitious growth plans, challenging and improving existing processes and systems. Sahreen is responsible for the financial and commercial management of the organisation. She leads all aspects of finance and information services, developing and implementing financial strategy, as well as assisting with governance, performance management, and wider corporate issues. Sahreen holds executive responsibility for finance, procurement, estates, IT, and business intelligence.

Andy Wright (He / Him) - Chief Operating Officer

Andy's work in the field of mental health has included a variety of organisations, including the NHS, the Home Office, local authorities, and the Ministry of Defence. Andy originally joined the NHS to set up IAPT services for veterans, after which he managed a number of large and successful IAPT services. Andy is now responsible for the operations of our many services across the organisation, ensuring they deliver clinical and operational excellence.