Hampshire based care and disability charity Enham Trust has announced the appointment of Heath Gunn as its new Chief Executive. Heath was formally confirmed as the charity’s new CEO by the Enham Trust board on Monday 30 January.
Heath steps into the role having spent two years with the charity as its Director of Integrated Services, overseeing a diverse range of programmes within the organisation including its residential and care at home services.
Before joining Enham Trust, Heath worked for the NHS for ten years, where he was involved in developing and delivering a range of clinical and non-clinical Mental Health, Learning Disability and Social Care services.
With a MSc in Leadership and Management in Health from Kingston University, Heath’s experience also includes commercial and operational experience from the motor and construction industries, which together with his time in health and social care adds up to over 20 years of operational management and leadership experience.
Professor Khalid Aziz, Chairman of Enham Trust, said: “We are delighted to be appointing Heath Gunn as Enham Trust CEO following a robust interview process against strong competition. Heath’s knowledge of our sector and understanding of our client’s needs are delivered with real passion and commitment.
“Under his leadership and direction the board and I are confident that the charity will go from strength to strength, providing a high quality of service to our clients and offering a full range of services that support clients throughout their journey to greater independence.”