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Jenny Ousbey moves from Lexington to Westminster Advisers

She takes on the role of head of health and director

Westminster Advisers Jenny OusbeyPublic affairs specialist consultancy Westminster Advisers has appointed Jenny Ousbey as its new head of health and a director.

Ousbey will take up the role in May this year, joining from Lexington Communications where she has served as an associate director since May 2014.

Prior to this, Ousbey was the senior public affairs manager at the NHS Confederation, leading the public affairs team and developing tailored strategies for the Confederation, NHS Employers and its networks.

She has also served as a senior political advisor and parliamentary researcher for former care services minister Paul Burstow, advising on a range of health and social care issues between 2011 and 2013 during the coalition government.

Dominic Church, Westminster Advisers' managing director, said: “We are absolutely delighted to be welcoming Jenny to the Westminster Advisers team.

“The health practice is going from strength to strength. We fully expect this to continue as a result of Jenny's strategic insights into the health sector, as well as her strong track record in business development.”

29th March 2016

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