Our Chair | Chris Orchin
Chris has a background in Health Service Management on the Isle of Wight from 1975 to 1993 in the areas of mental health, learning disability and community-based services.
Subsequently he was a lecturer on the Isle of Wight in Business Management studies and acted as an advisor at Citizens Advice before becoming Chair of the Isle of Wight Local Involvement Network (LINk) from 2011-2013 and is a keen digital photographer.
Sara Mousley | Executive Director
Sara retired in 2014, having worked for a number of years in a variety of roles within the health and community sectors, in Sheffield, West Surrey and finally Hampshire and the Isle of Wight. From senior management positions within the NHS, project managing a diverse range of initiatives within HR, including Recruitment, Family Friendly Policies and Staff Support Services, Sara decided to work at a more 'grass roots' level in her final employment (prior to retiring) as Activities Coordinator for a group of Nursing homes on the Isle of Wight, thus bringing a raft of varied experience to the role of Executive Director, representing 'Help and Care' on the Healthwatch Isle of Wight Board.
For 6 years, Sara ran her own business, producing the Isle of Wight Health and Wellbeing Directory and delivering Wellbeing events to the community.Now retired, Sara spends part of her time caring for elderly relatives in Hampshire, as well as supporting her local Healthwatch team in whatever way she can.
In a 'previous life' Sara performed with English National Opera for 14 years and continues to sing locally in concerts for care homes and day centres.She is also a qualified Nursery Nurse, Holistic Therapist and NLP Practitioner.
Paul Savill | Executive Director
Paul has been Chief Officer at Citizens Advice Isle of Wight since 2016. The charity has a team of 21 staff and over 50 volunteers who offer free advice, guidance and information to anyone that needs it on a wide breadth of issues. Citizens Advice Isle of Wight operates the Healthwatch Isle of Wight phone service and also records any incidents or concerns clients have about access and treatment for health problems.
Before joining Citizens Advice, Paul worked at Community Action Isle of Wight as a liaison between the voluntary sector and the 'My Life a Full Life' project.
Prior to that he was in the police service completing his career as an Inspector responsible for policing events across the two counties,including the Olympic Torch Relay and the Isle of Wight Festival.
Paul volunteers with the Scout Association and is currently Island Commissioner overseeing 400 adults and 1300 young people. In any spare time he plays the tuba.
Zoryna O'Donnell | Non-Executive Director
Zoryna has over 25 years of senior management experience gained while working in public, private ad voluntary sectors in different countries. She came to the Island in 2007 to join the Isle of Wight Council, where she worked until 2016. Zoryna is currently working as a Director of her own company L&M Plus Consulting Ltd, providing management consultancy, training, coaching and other related services.
One of Zoryna's strong points is partnership working at all levels in both local government and the private and voluntary sectors. This has included leading and facilitating the work of statutory community safety partnerships and leading on a number of multi-agency projects at local, national and international levels.
Zoryna decided to join Healthwatch Isle of Wight as a Non-Executive Director because she is passionate about fairness, equality, inclusion and participation. She strongly believes that all people on the Island have a key role to play in improving and shaping our local health and care services and she wants their voices to be heard by professionals who plan and deliver those services.