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2 CIC Annual review 2010/2011


Meet our Trustees


Dr. David Robertson Life President Halton based GP and


physician, Dr David Robertson, founded Community Integrated Care in 1988, with the aim of offering people leaving


long-stay, institutional hospitals fuller and better lives in the community. These founding principles of integration and inclusion for all remain the cornerstone of CIC’s values. Dr Robertson was Chairman of CIC until 2003 and in 2009 he was officially recognised as CIC’s Life President by our Board of Trustees. His vision of a fairer and inclusive society remains CIC’s inspiration and drives us on in all the work we do.


Duties: Dr Robertson is currently working with the CEO and Chair of Trustees on Clinical Governing and Commissioning.


Simon Attwell Chairman


Simon is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and has over 30 years commercial, financial and leadership experience in a variety of


private and public sector organisations. Prior to his retirement in 2010 Simon was the Director of Finance at the University of Salford, where he sat on the Executive Committee of BUFDG (British Universities Directors Group), representing the Universities of the North West of England.


Simon became Chairman of the CIC Board in 2009. Simon now uses his wealth of leadership, financial and governance experience to help ensure CIC’s future growth, whilst remaining true to its values as one of the largest, most innovative charitable providers in the care Sector.


Dr. Christine Brown-Wilson


Christine is Lead University Lecturer at the University of Manchester. Until recently she worked in care homes as both a manager and staff nurse,


giving her a unique mix of academic and practical experience. She is also a founding member of the National Care Homes Research and Development Forum, an academic forum that provides support to researchers involved in care homes, seeking to influence both policy and practice through research. Christine has lent her expertise to helping CIC develop its dementia strategy and Everystep project.


Jean Clement


A former nurse and manager of two CIC care homes, Jean is now retired but plays an active role on CIC’s Board of Trustees. Along with her fellow trustee, Frankie Robertson,


Jean is champion for service user inclusion and is a regular visitor at many of the charity’s services.


Stuart Crawford


Stuart Crawford manages ‘Stuart Crawford Associates’, an independent consultancy organisation which specialises in Scottish public affairs, security issues, and media


communications, giving him a wealth of experience in working with decision makers in our sector. He is a trustee for the Depression Alliance Scotland (DAS), a Scottish organisation that supports people affected by depression. Stuart is also a freelance journalist and regularly appears on Scottish radio and television.


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