Glynne Roberts - Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board - Health sector
Glynne has worked in the NHS for 30 years. The first half of his career was spent within Health Promotion, and he was Health Promotion Manager for Gwynedd Community Health Trust between 1994 and 2000. He then became Cardiology Programme Manager with the North West Wales Trust in January 2000; Project Manager for the first phase of the North Wales Clinical School development, and General Manager for the Women & Families Services. He was subsequently appointed as Associate Chief of Staff for Women’s Services in 2010.
Glynne has a wealth of experience in partnership working with local authorities and voluntary organisations. Building on this experience, in July 2016 he was appointed as Programme Director for Well North Wales, a multi-agency programme aiming to improve the health of the poorest communities in North Wales.
The programme has evolved to encompass a number of innovative projects aimed at tackling health inequalities, and also encompasses leading on social prescribing and developing the Health Board’s contribution to tackling homelessness.
Glynne has a PhD in the History of Public Health, and has written numerous articles in relation to this area of work.