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4 CIC Annual review 2010/2011


Meet our Board of Executives


Neil Matthewman Chief Executive


Neil Matthewman joined CIC as Chief Executive Officer in August 2011, bringing with him a wealth of experience gained during a long career within the


public sector. Having held a range of senior positions in both NHS service provider and commissioning organisations, Neil left his role as Managing Director for Health Services at NHS Blackburn with Darwen Care Trust to join the CIC Group. As this annual review goes to print, Neil is currently carrying out intensive market and situation analysis. He will share with you, his vision and direction for CIC Group in the forthcoming 2012 annual review.


Mark D’Arcy Group Finance Director


Mark D’Arcy directly manages CIC Group’s large Finance department and oversees CIC’s relationship with bankers, auditors and commissioners on


any finance related matters. Mark joined CIC in 2007, having previously worked for insurers Royal Sun Alliance. Mark is currently a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and has a BSc Economics degree from the London School of Economics.


Jane Worsley Group Operations Director


Jane Worsley takes overall operational responsibility for CIC’s Independent Living, Senior Care and Homelessness services. Jane has thirty years’ experience


in the care sector. She has a degree in Nursing & Professional Studies, a Diploma in Employment Law and a MBA. She has taken part in research into Dementia and Relationship Centered Care, and has supported projects on Assistive Technology, Personalisation, Inclusion and Hate Crime Reduction. Jane also volunteers as an Executive Director to Ugandan Charity ‘National Community of Women Living with AIDS’, as part of the Women’s International Leadership Challenge.


Denise Blewitt


Director of Independent Living Services


Denise Blewitt oversees our Independent Living services, ensuring that CIC provides excellent services to people


with learning difficulties, mental health concerns and physical disabilities.


Denise has worked for CIC for over 18 years, originally starting her career as home manager in a senior care service, she has built up extensive experience and held a number of management roles within our charity. Denise has championed many initiatives to improve the lives of people with care needs, taking part in the first In Control pilot (a precursor to Individual Budgets), supporting research into Disability Hate Crime, and working with Teesside University to develop nurse training. Passionate about service user inclusion, Denise has been a key member of CIC’s Service User and Mental Health forums.


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