Sally is an experienced communications manager, product marketer, project manager and content creator for all things Tech & Healthtech. She has an MSc in Bioengineering and journalist training, along with multi-sector experience including medical, automotive, water, environmental and electronics.
She has huge enthusiasm for connecting people and making things happen. Within One HealthTech in Bristol she is driving a program of activity around mentoring, and working out how to help people get into healthtech from outside health and tech, to bring different perspectives to the sector – something she feels very strongly about.
In her most recent role as Communications Manager at Zuken, a global electronics and electrical design and data management software company, Sally has managed product launches; led PR, Social Media and Marcomms activity across Europe and US; and run large corporate events.
Helene has an engineering degree from Ecole Polytechnique, France and has worked in the healthcare sector for more than 8 years. She has worked in a variety of diverse and challenging roles: business development, marketing, operations, project management, and strategy consultancy, both for large corporates (such as GE Healthcare or Humanis, the largest French health insurance provider) and for much smaller startups. She has been involved and has lead medical devices manufacturing and launch projects, clinical trials and health economic studies and regulatory approvals but has also developed a good understanding and knowledge of the commissioning structures, processes and challenges.
Helene is driven by meaningful projects and enjoy working and getting to grips with different ways of thinking, different cultures and working environments. She is fascinated by how healthcare is bound to be transformed radically by tech and innovation and wants to be part of it!
Fiona is a self-professed tech enthusiast with a first class degree in applied computing. As a certified scrum product owner, she loves to discuss agile ways of working, as well as how awesome it is to work within an organisation that has embraced a flat hierarchy with self-organising teams.
Fiona started her project management career in community sport, and helping people has always been the driving force behind how she approaches her work. In healthcare technology, she has found ‘helping people to help people’ to be a huge privilege, and supporting mental health services for the last three years has been a particularly humbling experience.
At a time where healthcare needs technology, and when technology has so much to offer to healthcare, the joint enterprise is a platform for the radical transformation in how healthcare is delivered, experienced and engaged with, both in the UK and abroad. One Health Tech has a clear role to play in accelerating the progress of health technology and the diversification of those who engage with it, and Fiona is excited to be able to be a part of it!