- Last Updated: Monday, 09 December 2019 10:25
As I approach my last day at ASPH this Friday (13th Dec) to go on secondment, I leave with mixed senses of sadness, pride and excitement. Sadness that I am leaving such wonderful colleagues, pride at all we’ve achieved together during my time here and excitement for the future. Excitement on a personal level as I embark on the next stage of my career, and for ASPH as you embark on a huge journey of transformation.
I started at the Trust on 17th September 2017, my first role as Chief Nurse. Clearly stepping into an executive role is a brilliant opportunity, but it certainly brought feelings of trepidation. What was apparent to me from day one was that I had nothing to be anxious about. From executive colleagues to those working on the front line throughout ASPH, I have encountered warm, supportive, committed and encouraging colleagues. People who have embraced me for the person I am and the experience and perspective I’ve brought to the organisation, as I hope I have reciprocated.