Acting deputy chief executive, covid-19 health response
- Joined the ministry from the GCSB, where she was director strategy, governance and performance, responsible for compliance, operational policy and risk management, communications, international engagement, ministerial services, strategy, policy and planning.
- Previously deputy and assistant commissioner at the Public Service Commission.
- Established the violence prevention unit at the Department of Corrections and led the prisons’ national health service.
- Holds a BSc, MSc and MBA, and started working life as a psychologist in the criminal justice system.
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