Staff

  • Jonathan Winter, Director and CEO

    Alongside his role as Founder of Career Innovation, Jonathan is a producer of start-ups and innovative projects. He specialises in bringing together experts to tackle complex challenges. Areas of interest include organisation design, behaviour change, professional development, trends in healthcare, social enterprise, and technology for learning. Jonathan says his work isn’t rocket science, but “just in case it is” he has a degree in aeronautical engineering.

    Alongside his role as Founder of Career Innovation, Jonathan is a producer of start-ups and innovative projects. He specialises in bringing together experts to tackle complex challenges. Areas of interest include organisation design, behaviour change, professional development, trends in healthcare, social enterprise, and technology for learning. Jonathan says his work isn’t rocket science, but “just in case it is” he has a degree in aeronautical engineering.

  • Lucy Jenkins, Director

    Dr Lucy Jenkins is a GP (family medicine doctor) based in Oxford, UK. She has 16 years’ experience of working in NHS primary care. A Co-Founder and Director of Red Whale | GP Update, Lucy teaches thousands of GPs, nurse and pharmacists across the UK each year. With experience working in Egypt, Uganda and Nepal, Lucy is passionate about primary care. Her goal is to help clinicians deliver the best possible care to individuals and communities across the world.

    Dr Lucy Jenkins is a GP (family medicine doctor) based in Oxford, UK. She has 16 years’ experience of working in NHS primary care. A Co-Founder and Director of Red Whale | GP Update, Lucy teaches thousands of GPs, nurse and pharmacists across the UK each year. With experience working in Egypt, Uganda and Nepal, Lucy is passionate about primary care. Her goal is to help clinicians deliver the best possible care to individuals and communities across the world.

  • Peter Rose, Director

    A founding member of Red Whale | GP Update, Dr Peter Rose is a recently retired GP principal. A Lecturer in the Department of Primary Health Care Sciences at the University of Oxford, he had special research interests in cancer and served as Chair of the primary care module of the International Cancer Benchmarking Project. He has previously developed courses and taught in Australia for GP Update.

    A founding member of Red Whale | GP Update, Dr Peter Rose is a recently retired GP principal. A Lecturer in the Department of Primary Health Care Sciences at the University of Oxford, he had special research interests in cancer and served as Chair of the primary care module of the International Cancer Benchmarking Project. He has previously developed courses and taught in Australia for GP Update.

  • Peter Le Feuvre, Clinical Director

    Dr Peter LeFeuvre  is a GP / family physician with thirty years experience in family medicine. In addition to his work with asylum seekers for the NHS, he has extensive international experience. He spent four years working in Tunisia and regularly teaches on a Family Medicine course run by the Christian Medical College, Vellore, India. He has taught chronic disease management and advised on NCD strategy across Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

    Dr Peter LeFeuvre  is a GP / family physician with thirty years experience in family medicine. In addition to his work with asylum seekers for the NHS, he has extensive international experience. He spent four years working in Tunisia and regularly teaches on a Family Medicine course run by the Christian Medical College, Vellore, India. He has taught chronic disease management and advised on NCD strategy across Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

  • Sarah Montgomery, Clinical Director

    Dr Sarah Montgomery is a GP / family physician with substantial international experience in delivering learning and development solutions in low and middle income settings, with a focus on pragmatic, evidence-based training and support. A Clinical Advisor for the NHS, she has a special interest in healthcare for asylum seekers. Internationally Sarah has a wide range of experience in primary health care across Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

    Dr Sarah Montgomery is a GP / family physician with substantial international experience in delivering learning and development solutions in low and middle income settings, with a focus on pragmatic, evidence-based training and support. A Clinical Advisor for the NHS, she has a special interest in healthcare for asylum seekers. Internationally Sarah has a wide range of experience in primary health care across Africa, Asia and the Middle East.

  • Julia Beart, Head of Operations

    Julia has fifteen years’ experience in global health and development, working in programme design, partnership building, strategy and business development . Julia has a particular interest in healthcare innovation and has been involved in franchising, training and quality assurance service development over the past few years. She has an MSc in Development Management and a BA in French with International Politics.

    Julia has fifteen years’ experience in global health and development, working in programme design, partnership building, strategy and business development . Julia has a particular interest in healthcare innovation and has been involved in franchising, training and quality assurance service development over the past few years. She has an MSc in Development Management and a BA in French with International Politics.

  • Debbie Thompson, Programme Manager

    Debbie has a broad experience in small business management and administration gained through twenty years working in the non-profit sector including 14 years living and working in Peru.  She speaks fluent Spanish, has an MSc in NGO Management and PhD in Agricultural Science.

    Debbie has a broad experience in small business management and administration gained through twenty years working in the non-profit sector including 14 years living and working in Peru.  She speaks fluent Spanish, has an MSc in NGO Management and PhD in Agricultural Science.

  • Sara Dawson, Finance & Administration Manager

    Sara has a breadth of experience in management and administration working for IBM where she led a number of organizational change projects crossing European and international borders. More recently, prior to joining PCI, Sara ran her own franchise business publishing a family magazine. She is involved with a number of local community organizations and is a certified money coach for the national debt counselling charity Christians Against Poverty.

    Sara has a breadth of experience in management and administration working for IBM where she led a number of organizational change projects crossing European and international borders. More recently, prior to joining PCI, Sara ran her own franchise business publishing a family magazine. She is involved with a number of local community organizations and is a certified money coach for the national debt counselling charity Christians Against Poverty.

  • Thrisha Haldar, HIP Project Manager

    Thrisha started her career as a researcher for the BBC World Service with a focus on India and Bangladesh, and went on to set up her own consultancy delivering public health awareness projects to South Asian diasporas across UK inner cities of London, Bristol and Birmingham. She has an MA from Oxford University and MSc from LSE in the politics of post-imperialism.

    Thrisha started her career as a researcher for the BBC World Service with a focus on India and Bangladesh, and went on to set up her own consultancy delivering public health awareness projects to South Asian diasporas across UK inner cities of London, Bristol and Birmingham. She has an MA from Oxford University and MSc from LSE in the politics of post-imperialism.

  • Jack Barton, Projects Coordinator

    Jack arrived at Primary Care International from Oxfam GB, where he worked as a Project Officer for the Cash Learning Partnership in their Global Humanitarian Department. Jack has lived and worked in Thailand where he was an Academic Advisor for a municipal school district in Bangkok. Jack holds a BA in International Development and is a Director of Grow Farmers Uganda.

    Jack arrived at Primary Care International from Oxfam GB, where he worked as a Project Officer for the Cash Learning Partnership in their Global Humanitarian Department. Jack has lived and worked in Thailand where he was an Academic Advisor for a municipal school district in Bangkok. Jack holds a BA in International Development and is a Director of Grow Farmers Uganda.

  • Nigel Pearson, Advisor

    Dr Nigel Pearson specialises in strengthening health systems in fragile states, working with Health Ministries, donors and UN organisations. He has supported development of the health system across the Somali states, was involved in designing the DFID-led Health Pooled Fund in South Sudan and has advised the Global Fund on their programming in fragile states. Nigel also works as a GP locum in Oxford.

    Dr Nigel Pearson specialises in strengthening health systems in fragile states, working with Health Ministries, donors and UN organisations. He has supported development of the health system across the Somali states, was involved in designing the DFID-led Health Pooled Fund in South Sudan and has advised the Global Fund on their programming in fragile states. Nigel also works as a GP locum in Oxford.