Peter has significant experience in the NHS and the commercial sector and held various non-executive positions in commissioning with NHS North West London.
He joined us prior to our merger in 2012 and was confirmed as chair of London North West University Healthcare NHS Trust in September 2014. Peter is also chairman of The Epilepsy Society, a charity focused on research, clinical assessment and care, and advocacy related to epilepsy.
Peter’s private career focused on the international energy/natural resources sector. He is a co-founder of a small African focused oil and gas exploration and development venture. Previously he spent more than 30 years in senior management, commercial and legal positions with global natural resource companies BHP Billiton and Rio Tinto (CRA), and in private legal practice and various business ventures.
Dame Jacqueline joined us in April 2015. Prior to her appointment, she spent six years as chief executive of West Middlesex University Hospital.
Initially qualifying as a nurse, Dame Jacqueline held a variety of posts including theatre sister at the Royal Free Hospital and senior nurse for acute services at Glasgow Royal Infirmary, before being appointed deputy director of nursing at West Lothian NHS Trust.
In 1996, Dame Jacqueline joined King’s College Hospital as executive director of nursing and in 2001 became director of operations. In 2007 she was appointed deputy chief executive.
Dame Jacqueline was acting chief executive at King’s from May to November 2008, before taking the position of chief executive at West Middlesex University Hospital in 2009. During her career Dame Jacqueline spent four years as a member of the management executive at the Department of Health at the Scottish Office. She is currently chair of the London Social Partnership Forum and senior responsible officer for patient safety at Imperial College Health Partners.
In 2004 Jacqueline was made a Dame Commander of the British Empire for her services to nursing and the NHS.