FPH’s Board has appointed James Gore as the new CEO. Before stepping into the interim CEO position in September 2018, James was the Director of Education and Standards at FPH and has been with the organisation for over a decade. He comes to the role armed with a wealth of knowledge that will help steer the organisation forward.
In response to his appointment, James said: “I am proud and honoured to have been appointed as the new CEO of FPH. After over a decade working at FPH in various roles, I look forward to working in a new capacity in supporting our dedicated Trustees, members and excellent staff team. Moving forwards, I am committed to putting our membership at the heart of everything we do and ensuring that FPH is the professional membership organisation that our members expect and deserve. With the support of the team, I am committed to improving the services we provide as well as engaging with and supporting our members and partners in their efforts to improve the public’s health.”
Prof John Middleton, President, FPH, said: “I’m delighted that James has been appointed as FPH’s new CEO. We’ve worked closely together for many years and I know that he’ll do a stellar job of leading the organisation at such an important time for public health and the members we serve.”
Prof Maggie Rae, Incoming President, FPH, said: “James’ appointment as FPH’s new CEO is very well deserved. When my Presidency starts in June, I’m looking forward to working together to champion FPH’s organisational priorities of public health standards, our workforce, policy, knowledge and evidence-sharing, and continuing our work on education and training.”