Elected as Trustee in 2018
Jenny has lived in Pinner for 25 years taking an interest in local issues and a member of the Pinner Association. She has worked in and with the NHS and mainly in North West London. She now has an active interest and involvement in community based support to sustain the human/companion animal
relationship for mutual benefit (and shares her home with three rescue cats) and volunteers for several community based organisations as well as for NHS Responders.
Although no longer working in the NHS she is a lay partner for North West London and has been involved in several working groups – providing lay patient input to help shape healthcare (including digital service) to align more closely with patient needs. She has a special interest in facilitating health
awareness events, chronic healthcare needs and the potential of social prescribing. She also represents PMC PA on the Harrow Health Participation Network and latterly more widely in North West London in connection with digital inclusion and the emerging Harrow Citizens’ assembly.
As a Trustee for PMCPA Jenny intends to continue to contribute to these patient related areas (as well as to bring her previous experience as a Trustee for a faith organisation). During her time as a Trustee Jenny has established the Carers Cafe which meets monthly, volunteered for the local COVID vaccination initiative and contributed actively to improving services at PMC for the benefit of patients.