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WAE appoints new non-executive director

Tracey Barr to helpdrive growth in healthcare sector

Global service design consultancy WAE has appointed Tracey Barr as non-executive director to help the company meet its development plans.

Barr is a strategic advisor with a track record in healthcare spanning 25 years, during which time she has provided advice and project leadership both private and public health sector clients.

She said: “I am very excited about helping WAE for two reasons. Firstly as an independent strategic advisor I can focus on coaching and mentoring some of the exceptional talent at WAE through the early stages of their career.

“And secondly, the knowledge I have gained in the Healthcare sector will help me guide WAE in the right direction. I firmly believe that London with its tech-savvy population, a strong creative and digital tech industry, and good academic health science centres and networks can lead the way in digital health.

“I am committed to helping WAE secure some of those new digital health projects.”

Prior to her current role Barr was the programme lead for Better Health For All, an initiative promoting the role of digitalisation in encouraging healthier choices and delivering better care. 

10th November 2015

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