Kathryn Stanley

Public, Community, Involvement and Engagement Officer

Kathryn Stanley

Kathryn is experienced in behaviour and change management. With a background in public health engagement, relationship management, primary education and continuous improvement. Kathryn graduated from the University of Liverpool with a Geography degree. With a strong track record in using innovative methods to improve practise and learning in private, public and third sector organisations, she has developed audit skills in Matrix and ISO quality certification.

She has worked in the Unlocking Data project which included far-reaching engagement with the public across Kent, Surrey and Sussex. She was also integral to the CREATING Mental Health Resilience project which engaged with people with BAME backgrounds.

Kathryn has carried out research on behaviour change in communities across East Sussex. Worked with Clinical Commissioning Groups in East Sussex to improve health outcomes on physical activity. Facilitated community networking to support gamification of physical activity levels in disadvantaged communities.

She has managed quality in e-learning provision for health and pharmaceutical companies and she has also supported development of relationships across the NHS in the South East for National Numeracy. Implementing roll-out of the campaigns to strengthen numeracy confidence in NHS work settings.

Kathryn has developed training courses on behaviour change in welfare to work settings. She was implementing ESF contracts and employability programmes. She has authored training programmes for adults facing redundancy and has ran engagement programmes for employers across Sussex, Surrey and Kent. Whilst carrying out audits she was overseeing quality and performance management in partnership with Job Centre Plus. She has also gained a Primary Teaching qualification from the University of Brighton. 

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