Welsh NHS Confederation team
The Welsh NHS Confederation is governed by a Management Committee. The Management Committee comprises the chairs and chief executives of the seven local health boards, three NHS trusts, two special health authorities in Wales and the director of the Welsh NHS Confederation.
The chair of the Welsh NHS Confederation Management Committee is currently Professor Vivienne Harpwood who is the chair of Powys Teaching Health Board.
The Management Committee meets quarterly and its role is to advise and agree on the overall strategic direction and business plan of the Welsh NHS Confederation.
Meet the team
Andrew DaviesPolicy and Development Manager, NHS Wales Employers
Andrew has 25 years' experience in senior level roles in health related fields in the NHS, private sector and voluntary sector in England and Wales.
Darren HughesDirector, Welsh NHS Confederation
Darren has been director of The Welsh NHS Confederation since August 2019.
Jane GreenEngagement Manager, Welsh NHS Confederation
Jane joined the Welsh NHS Confederation in 2012 with extensive experience in relationship management and communications.
Lauri MalusiAdministration, Research & Communications Officer
Lauri joined the Welsh NHS Confederation in 2021.
Liv BakerSenior Media and Communications Adviser, Welsh NHS Confederation
Liv has worked for the Welsh NHS Confederation since December 2019.
Nesta Lloyd-JonesAssistant Director, Welsh NHS Confederation
Nesta has over ten years’ experience working in policy and public affairs in Wales and is currently assistant director of the Welsh NHS Confederation.
Madelaine PhillipsPolicy and Public Affairs Officer, Welsh NHS Confederation
Madelaine has worked with MPs and MSs in previous roles, having also completed an RCUK internship at the Senedd’s Research Service.
Richard TompkinsDirector, NHS Wales Employers
Richard is a fellow of the CIPD and has spent over 30 years working in personnel / human resources management.
Sandra CummingsBusiness and Events Manager, Welsh NHS Confederation
Sandra joined the NHS Confederation in Wales (as it was then known) in August 2000.