Having joined IMPOWER in 2004, Jeremy took on the role to found and lead our social care practice in 2007. He has led a wide range of projects across the NHS and the full range of council services, including assignments with the Department of Health, Department for Education, the LGA, more than 20 NHS bodies and over 50 councils. He is recognised as having played a major role in reframing the national agenda on demand-led change in social care, the health and social care interface, the relationship between social care and the NHS, and foster carer motivation and recruitment.
Jeremy is also passionate about the interface between the state and the church and in his free time is an advisor to a number of charities on this agenda. He spends the majority of the rest of his time watching his three children swimming.
More money for local government is good news – as long as the response to it is the right one