Amanda is co-founder and National Director for the NHS Innovation Accelerator (NIA), and Director of Innovation and Implementation at UCLPartners, where her focus is to build partnerships and expertise to deliver innovation at scale and pace for patient and population benefit.
Amanda is UCLPartners’ Lead Director for the ‘Optimising Behaviour’ research theme at the in NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) North Thames, a Fellow at the Centre for the Advancement of Sustainable Medical Innovation (CASMI), and a Non-Executive Director on the Royal College of General Practitioners’ Innovation and Research Board.
Amanda has been selected as an #NHS70 Woman Leader through the London NHS Leadership Academy, and included in Pharmaceutical Market Europe’s 30 Women Leaders in UK Healthcare.
Following her PhD, Amanda joined the NHS as an Assistant and Trainee Clinical Psychologist. She has worked as a commissioner and senior manager across primary, community and secondary care, and as Head of Innovation at London’s Strategic Health Authority. While at UCLPartners, Amanda completed a Fellowship at GSK.