Jan 13, 2021
We are delighted to welcome Moray McConnachie as our new Executive Director of Operations from January 2021.
Moray joins us in this newly created role from Oxford Analytica where, since 2017, he has led all the operations of the global advisory firm and managed a wide set of functions including finance, human resources, legal and customer service.
Moray grew up in Lambeth and went to school in Southwark. He started his career in IT before moving to operations management where he has specialised in bringing people, processes and systems together to deliver measurable results. While at Oxford Analytica, he advised clients in all sectors including UN agencies, the World Bank and major international corporations.
In this new leadership post within our Executive Team, Moray will build on our work to create world-class systems and processes that support decision-making and measurement of results across the organisation. He will also lead the continued efforts to recruit and nurture exceptional talent to help us achieve the greatest possible impact on health.
“Growing up in Lambeth in the 1980s, I was acutely aware of inequalities which despite a wide range of interventions persist today” said Moray. “With health inequalities put centre stage by COVID-19, it is an immense privilege to be bringing my operations and management experience to a forward-looking, innovative organisation. The team have built strong operational foundations, and I look forward to partnering with them and all stakeholders in supporting the next stage of the mission to improve health locally and beyond.”
10 December, 2020
The latest edition of our programmes round-up covering projects across our urban health programmes.
12 October, 2020
Every two months, our Executive Director of Programmes Andy Ratcliffe shares highlights of what we’ve been up to across our portfolio of programmes at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Charity.
07 August, 2020
Our submission to the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee Inquiry, drawing on our own evidence, as well as the insights gained through our programmatic work on the health effects of air pollution.