This committee advises council on financial, organisational risk and audit issues affecting the CSP.
Committee Membership 2018-various
Alex MacKenzie (Chair)
Alex is a Clinical Lead in Acute Physiotherapy in NHS Grampian. As Clinical Lead, she is Deputy Lead for Physiotherapy in the Acute Sector of NHS Grampian. Previously she worked in Acute Oncology and Haematology, both roles as part of a job share. Alex has been a steward for most of her career and a Regional Steward for Scotland. She has a keen interest in Trade Unionism, having chaired both the National Group of Regional Stewards and the CSP Industrial Relations Committee, and has participated in TUC conferences. Most recently, Alex has spent two years as Chair of the Governance Review Group of the CSP.
James is a neurological physiotherapist working in a thriving private practice in the Midlands. James offers a comprehensive treatment programme that can include the Bobath technique, Functional Electrical Stimulation, Saeboflex® and hydrotherapy. He is also skilled at assessing all aspects of tone and spasticity and a competent injector of Botox® for limb spasticity. As an active member of the CSP, James was awarded a prestigious CSP Service Excellence Award in 2015.
Lynne Mann (biography to follow)
Philip is Team Lead of Out-patient Therapy at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He has been active in CSP membership since he became a CSP work place steward in 1998 and West Midlands Regional Steward from 2003-2009. He has been a member of the West Midlands Network since 2003 and was a CSP Council member from 2007-2018. During his time on Council, Philip chaired the Finance Committee, the Communications Committee, the Membership Review Working Group and was Vice-Chair of the Industrial Relations Committee and the National Group of Regional Stewards. Philip was also Vice-Chair of Council from 2015-2018 - in this role he represented the CSP in all four countries of the UK and overseas at the EWCPT and ISCP Conferences.
Sarah Jennings (biography to follow)
Matthew is an accountant and a fellow member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the Association of Accounting Technicians. He works for the General Osteopathic Council (GOsC), one of the nine statutory healthcare regulators in the UK, and holds the position of Director of Registration and Resources. He is responsible for maintaining the integrity of the statutory Register of Osteopaths and for the financial strategy which underpins the GOsC business planning process. He has a special interest in ensuring practitioners are fit to practise and that decisions reached through committees are based on clear evidence.
Tracy is the Head of Audit at the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria, where she leads a team of 23 audit professionals. She began her career at Deloitte, working in the Assurance & Advisory practices in London and Sydney. After this, she took up senior audit roles at Santander Bank and in the UK Civil Service. She is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and holds the postgraduate Chartered Institute of Securities and Investments diploma. She is currently studying for a MSc in Public Health Policy with the London School of Health and Tropical Medicine.