Some new faces are joining the Board of Directors at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn. So, who are they?
Dr William van’t Hoff (above) has been appointed a Non-Executive Director. He has done a lot of medical research and worked as a kidney specialist at London’s famous Great Ormond Street Hospital alongside other regional and national leadership roles.
In early 2020 he was appointed as Chief Executive of the National Institute for Health Research’s Clinical Research Network (NIHR CRN), a role he retired from last year having led the organisation through Covid and delivering the research response to the pandemic.
Three more people have been appointed to increase the mix of local representatives on the board. They are:
Daniel is Chief Executive of Future Projects, a charity provider of specialist education and support services. Daniel holds a number of local board positions including Chair of the Pathways Homelessness Consortium, and a member of Norfolk Good Economy Network, Norfolk Homelessness Solutions Forum, and Norwich Health and Wellbeing Board.
Gabriel Evbota BEM
Gabriel is Customer Engagement Manager at HM Treasury. He joined the organisation in 2001 and progressed through increasingly senior roles to his current position in 2018. He is also Chair of the Norfolk FA Inclusion Strategy Advisory Group and an Independent Member of the Norfolk FA Disciplinary Board. Between 2019 and 2023, he was Chair of the Norwich District Sunday League.
Jason moved to Norfolk in 2000 and has held various leadership roles within Policing. Until recently he was Chair of the Ethnic Minority Police Association and remains an advisor. He is also a National Executive Committee Member of the National Black Police Association and has a passion for diversity, equality and inclusion.