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James Watson-O’Neill

Chief Executive

James joined SignHealth in 2016 and has worked in the charity sector since 2001, including a variety of roles at Scope and the NSPCC. James is a trustee of three different charities: the UK Council on Deafness; the British Society of Mental Health and Deafness; and the Voluntary Organisations Disability Group. James is also a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts, Manufactures and Commerce and a Leadership Fellow at the Society of Leadership Fellows at the College of St George at Windsor Castle.

Joyce Materego

Director of Finance and Resources

Joyce has worked in the charity sector since 2009 which she joined after more than 10 years in the book publishing and media industry. Before joining SignHealth, Joyce held senior finance leadership positions in various national charities including CPAG and Charity Digital. Joyce is also an active member of CFG, a board member of Gingerbread and the treasurer of ACEVO.

Christopher Reid

Director of Operations

Christopher joined SignHealth in January 2019. Prior to starting, he worked for local authorities and clinical commissioning groups for over 25 years in both operational and commissioning roles. This involved managing and delivering sensory services, commissioning of physical and sensory disabilities, learning disabilities and older people services. At SignHealth he is responsible for the strategic development of operations, as well as the day-to-day running of services.

Rebecca Mansell

Director of Communications & Fundraising

Rebecca has worked in the voluntary sector for over 25 years, mostly in a fundraising or service development capacity. At SignHealth, Rebecca is responsible for delivering on the communication plan, fundraising strategy and implementation. Rebecca is a member of the Institute of Fundraising and should you wish to get in touch, contact the communications team.

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