Public Governors

Public Governors

3 members of the public from Liverpool

Jayne Moore

Jayne has first hand experience of caring for a loved one with dementia, her mum is now in full time nursing care and Jayne is passionate about improving services for families facing a diagnosis, improving pathways and support for all.

Professionally, Jayne is MD of Moore Media which manages the reputation of some of the most respected brands locally. Jayne is also a trustee of St George’s Hall and a governor of St Nicholas Primary School.


Vacant

To be able to nominate yourself to be a Governor you must be a member of the Trust. To find out more about becoming a member of the Trust click HERE.


Vacant

To be able to nominate yourself to be a Governor you must be a member of the Trust. To find out more about becoming a member of the Trust click HERE.


2 members of the public from Sefton

John Mousley

I want to make a difference, to influence decisions and effect change. For the last nineteen years I have worked in housing, benefits and debt advice. It has given me the knowledge and experience to understand and challenge the impact of the current social and economic factors that affect our wider community.

I believe it’s important to work with people to promote understanding and to listen to and ensure that people feel they have been heard

I sat on the Members Council and remain passionate about influencing the future decisions and directions of Mersey Care as the NHS goes through great change.

Mersey Care must remain true to the NHS principles in the face of enormous outside pressure and I want to be part of that by giving a voice to Sefton Constituents.


Vacant

To be able to nominate yourself to be a Governor you must be a member of the Trust. To find out more about becoming a member of the Trust click HERE.


1 member of the public from Knowsley

Vacant

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1 member of the public from Ribble Valley

Vacant

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1 member of the public from Cumbria, Lancashire, Greater Manchester

Vacant

Vacant To be able to nominate yourself to be a Governor you must be a member of the Trust. To find out more about becoming a member of the Trust click HERE.


1 member of the public from Cheshire, St Helens, Wirral, West Midlands and Wales

Garrick Prayogg

I have lived on the Wirral for over twenty five years, {formerly from London}, and have worked and continue to work across Liverpool City Region, now known.

In London I have worked in Lambeth, Wandsworth and Southwark all South London boroughs. I have been aware of Mersey care prior to the Trust gaining foundation status, my initial contact came when we had PCT, and how local services were funded.

My working professional life has been firmly grounded in social justice and equality. I have held equality and diversity position for a number of Las, and continue to work within equality and diversity with particular interest in the voluntary community and faith sector.

I strongly believe in the principles of equity across the board particularly for service providers. In recent years I have been drawn to the health and social care agenda, in particularly mental health services, to this end I have carried this forward and join the national campaign work lead by time to change, rethink and mind three national charities.

The campaign aims to Raising Awareness to mental health stigma and discrimination. My own cultural background is Caribbean, and I know from family and friends the difficulties people from African Caribbean background have in getting support for mental health suffers. The mistrust and fear that black people have about services, criminal justices agencies and health services.

This is one of my main drivers to becoming a governor to help both services providers and services users and to reduce discrimination and improve access to services period. I bring a wealth of knowledge about cultural awareness and inclusion working to the trust.

I strongly believe in equity and inclusive service must be the offer to all users and potential users. I believe I can assist the trust deliver equity of service across its diverse service areas. I have a passion for fairness inclusion and social justice.


1 member of the public from the rest of England

Vacant

To be able to nominate yourself to be a Governor you must be a member of the Trust. To find out more about becoming a member of the Trust click HERE.