Top 20 in social care

    Top 20 of the most influential people in the social
    care sector

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    1) Jo Williams

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    “I am extremely surprised and very thrilled to be honoured in
    this way. I use any influence I have in the field of social care to
    raise the profile of people with a learning disability,” – Jo
    Williams 

    1) Jo Williams, chief executive, Mencap

    2) Peter Beresford, chair, Shaping our Lives

    3) Jayne Zito, founder, The Zito Trust

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    2) Peter
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    4) Lord Victor Adebowale, chief executive, Turning Point

    5) Marjorie Wallace, founder, SANE

    6) Tessa Harding, head of policy, Help the Aged

    7) Rob Greig, National Director, Valuing People

    8) Ann Abraham, health ombudsman

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    3) Jayne Zito

    9) Louis Appleby, national director of mental health, Department
    of Health

     

    10) Andrew McCulloch, chief executive, Mental Health
    Foundation

     

    11) Richard Brook, national director, Mind

    12) Joanna Bennett, campaigner

     

    13) Pauline Campbell, campaigner

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    4) Lord Adebowale

    14) Maeve Sherlock, chief executive, Refugee Council

     

    15) Michelle Chinnery, co-chairperson, Learning Disability
    Taskforce

    16) Errol Francis, joint programme manager, Breaking the Circles
    of Fear

    17) Linda Ward, Norah Fry Research Centre

     

    18) Anthea Tinker, professor of social gerontology, Kings College,
    London

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    5) Marjorie Wallace

    19) Jean Collins, chief executive, Values into Action

    20) David Crepaz-Keay, Mental Health Media

     

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