We would like you to help us welcome iNetwork’s newest recruit: Hannah Gains. Hannah, in her new role as a Stakeholder Engagement Manager, replaces Louis Stockwell as the co-ordinator for the Connected Procurement & Commissioning (CPC) programme. Louis has left for academia to pursue a PhD at the University of Warwick.
In her role of CPC programme lead, Hannah will be responsible for organising the iNetwork activities that support the network of procurement practitioners, commissioners and contract managers within the iNetwork partnership. She will deliver the priorities for the CPC programme as set by the CPC network leadership group, chaired by Peter Schofield, Manchester City Council.
Hannah has worked in the local public sector for 8 years. She was previously a Social Worker within Adult Services before moving into an Assistant Manager position for Adult Services at Tameside Council and is looking forward to the challenge of a new role.
“I am really excited to be joining iNetwork and looking forward to the new challenges and embracing this new experience. My background is in Adult Social Care, and I have worked within Greater Manchester for the past 10 years in this field. I am looking forward to meeting with you all and working with such passionate and talented people! In my spare time, I am an avid gym goer, cat and dog parent and food enthusiast. I am eager to begin this exciting new chapter and support you all in the incredible work you do.”
Please do reach out to Hannah to welcome her to the iNetwork family. If you have ideas for CPC event topics, or you would like support from the CPC programme, please do not hesitate to get in touch. Hannah can also be reached via Linkedin and Twitter.