Kathryn leads the NHS Horizons team, and currently serves as interim Director of Improvement Capability Building and Delivery within NHS England.
A barrister by background, Kathryn has worked across law, politics and community activism. Having stood for Parliament in 2010, from 2012-16 she was Chief Executive of Movement for Change, an award-winning social enterprise. As a 2015/2016 US-UK Fulbright Commission Scholar and Visiting Fellow at the Kennedy School of Government (Harvard University), Kathryn worked closely with Professor Marshall Ganz on the psychology and practice of Public Narrative.
With NHS Horizons colleagues, she now uses this research to co-deliver the (virtual) School for Change Agents, the most widely utilised free skills-building programme for change in the NHS. Kathryn is a Fellow of the Psychology of Change programme for the Institute for Healthcare Improvement and an honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts. She is a former National Committee Member of the Labour Women’s Network and an advisor to the Jo Cox Commission on Loneliness. She’s also mum to two small kids!