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Mental health trust appoints new Suffolk director

​Mental health trust, Norfolk and Suffolk NHS Foundation Trust, has appointed a new non executive director based in Suffolk.

Gary Page, aged 46, of Hall Lane, Wetheringsett, took up his post last month.

Mr Page is currently chair of trustees at the Hoffman Foundation for Autism and has held this role since 2010. The Foundation is a charity providing residential, supported living and day services in North London for adults with autism. Before joining the Hoffman Foundation, Mr Page was chair of trustees at Ian Mikardo High School Charitable Trust for two years (2008 – 10).

Before this, Mr Page had a successful career in the banking industry and spent 14 years at ABNAMRO in a number of different roles. He has particular experience of building new businesses and improving underperforming areas of the Bank.

Mr Page said: “I am really passionate about challenging the stigma surrounding mental illness and learning disability and am looking forward to working with a high performing Trust with aspirations to grow into the best in class.”

Mr Page lives with his partner and has two children from a previous marriage. In his spare time he enjoys gardening, travel and cooking.