Our Chair, Phil Morgan

I have lived in Salford for 7 years and my work and my passion is empowering people.

I am a leading specialist working with a range of social landlords and tenants on regulatory compliance, good governance, tenant scrutiny, and involvement. I am also a speaker and commentator.

I was formerly Chief Executive of TPAS (Tenants' Participation Advisory Service) for 10 years and a senior housing regulator. Currently, I am on the Board of the Guinness Partnership and was previously a Board Member of New Prospect Housing in Salford.

I have always volunteered and have previously been a school governor at 12 different schools. This included being Chair of Governors of Old Trafford Community School, leading it from special measures to one of the most improved schools in the country. I was also Vice President of Old Trafford Credit Union and a Trafford Councillor for 5 years.

I have been a Healthwatch Salford volunteer for two and half years, leading on the Healthier Together consultation. I am looking forward to Chairing Healthwatch Salford again and ensuring it speaks for Salford residents.

Our Board

Jackie Leigh - Vice Chair

Jackie has worked in Salford for over 20 years either as a senior nurse working in the field of gastroenterology and education and development at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust or as an academic in the School of Health & Society at the University of Salford.

J Ahmed

With the changing landscape in Greater Manchester's health and social care, J is keen to ensure that Salford maintains and develops a constantly improving health and social care system that fits the needs of the Salford communities and provides greater equality in access and outcomes.

This, J feels, is best achieved by finding creative ways to listen to people and refine services based on their collective experiences

Kate Simpson

Kate has worked in Salford since 2014 heading up services for an innovative health and wellbeing organisation.

Here Kate works within a healthy living centre, a mental health garden, childcare nurseries and a forest school.

Sam Cook

Sam lives and work in Salford, managing the Salford/Greater Manchester office of Penderels Trust, a charity/not for profit supporting people to live independently in their own homes. Sam has worked in the voluntary sector in Salford for over 10 years, during which time she has developed a passion for personalisation in health and social care.

Past Board papers

We make the papers for our public Board meetings available online. We also publish a summary of what was discussed. Check out our past meetings to read more.

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