Fiona was appointed a trustee in September 2016. She trained as a graduate nurse at the QEH in Birmingham and worked as a Health Visitor in Birmingham and Worcester before becoming an NHS manager in 1990. Fiona worked in various organisations, mainly concerned with Primary Care, and was latterly a Chief Executive of a PCG. After having her fourth child she left the NHS in 2003, and since then has run a business with her husband helping the medical device and pharma industries get their products through the regulatory processes in the UK and Europe. Fiona has been a magistrate for 11 years and sits on the adult and family panels. She is chair of the South Worcestershire Bench. She has chaired the Worcestershire Breast Unit Campaign since it began in 2007 and, after raising £1.5 million, saw the new unit opened in February this year. She now chairs the Worcestershire Breast Unit Haven Charity which provides ongoing support to all breast cancer patients.