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Victor Adebowale started a career in housing as Estate Manager with Newham Council, moving tobecome Head of Permanent Property at Patchwork Housing Association in 1985 and then RegionalDirector of Ujima Housing Association. From 1990 to 1995 he was Director of the Alcohol RecoveryProject in London and from 1995 to 2001 was Chief Executive of Centre Point, the National YouthHomelessness Charity.Victor is a Non-Executive Director of NHS England, on the Board of English Touring Theatre, Presidentof the International Association of Philosophy and Psychiatry, Chair of Vision Development, andChancellor of Lincoln University. He is a Non Executive Director at 360 IT Collaboration Ltd andLeadership in Mind.In 2000, Victor was awarded the CBE in the New Year Honours List for services to the New Deal, theunemployed, and homeless young people. In 2001, he was appointed a crossbench member of theHouse of Lords.Professor Dame Sue BaileyFor over thirty years, based in the North West of England, Sue Bailey is a Child and AdolescentForensic Clinician and Researcher, made an OBE in 2002 for services to young offenders.She found herself working in a field where young people’s high risk to others and self behaviour hasarisen from their complex unmet bio psychosocial needs being, frequently compounded by theirAppendix 1: Commissioner Biographies
54families living in circumstances of gross inequality.Through her several roles in the Royal College of Psychiatrists, most recently as President, shehas therefore lobbied to shape primary legislation, policy and practice to improve mental healthservices in the UK and internationally, always working with multi-agency, disciplinary partners, mostimportantly with patients, young people and families. She has recently been appointed Chair of theChildren and Young Peoples’ Mental Health Coalition (CYPMHC), a group of 14 charities.Chair of the UEMS CAP Section and recently appointed as Senior Mental Health Clinical Advisor atHealth Education England she believes that outcomes across the whole of the health professioncould be significantly improved if all health and social care professionals were more psychologicallyminded.Until recently Vice Chair of the Academy of Royal Medical Colleges she has now become Chair of theAcademy’s inequalities Forum.She was made a DBE in the 2013 New Years Honours list for services to mental health services andmental health charities.Paul FarmerPaul Farmer has been Chief Executive of Mind, the leading mental health charity working in Englandand Wales since May 2006.Paul is Chair of the NHS England Mental Health Patient Safety Board, he is an advisor to the CatholicBishops on mental health, and was a member of the Metropolitan Police commission on policingand mental health.

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