Lucy Kenyon has been a member of the iOH board since 2014 and became VP before accepting the role of President in 2017.
She is CMO of a digital health company Evolyst where she develops and informs the clinical strategy and messages and translates the capabilities of technologies in health and wellbeing outcomes. Lucy is also an independent OH practitioner and is primarily involved in delivering OH services to small and medium sized companies and delivering professional development courses for the National Performance Advisory Group for which she researches and develops evidence-based practice. She has a background in delivering Corporate and Occupational Health programmes with a Master of Medical Science from Birmingham, where she has taught and worked on research projects.
Lucy is a keen singer in a local Gospel Choir, having sung top Soprano as a teen, and more latterly Alto in community choirs. She is a community volunteer for local neuro-diversity groups and has been a School Governor, Trustee for her local community centre and Fostering panel member