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Fatima Khan-Shah

Fatima Khan-Shah

Fatima Khan-Shah

Role: Non-executive Director
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Fatima is known regionally and nationally for leading complex change and transformation programmes across systems and geographies. She was recently appointed to a shared role across the West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership and the Combined Authority as the West Yorkshire’s first ever Inclusivity Champion, as part of the Mayor’s pledge to achieve greater equality across the region. 

As part of her role Fatima works closely with regional leaders and the communities they serve, providing expert advice on inclusion and addressing regional disparities including social, economic and health.

Fatima has a reputation as an advocate for Public and Carer Involvement, Compassionate Leadership and Diversity and Inclusion. She was named in the 2021 HSJ top 50 most influential Health leaders from an Ethnic Minority.

Fatima is currently leading several agendas in West Yorkshire Health and Care Partnership which have been multi award winning and recognised nationally; leading to changes in legislation and government policy including Diversity, Long Term Conditions, Personalisation and Carer Support.

In addition to her numerous roles, Fatima is also a podcaster and blogger focusing on authentic leadership, EDI, and Public Carer Involvement. She also has several roles nationally, as a member on the NHS Assembly, the King’s Fund General Council. She has previously held roles with NHS England, Kirklees CCGs, Kirklees Council, Health Education England and Healthwatch.

Board Attendances in 2022/23: 10/11


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