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12 April 2022
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FMLM expands its senior team as it looks towards the next 10 years

FMLM has welcomed two new colleagues to strengthen its senior team, while former Chief Operating Officer and research lead, Kirsten Armit, has now confirmed her role as FMLM Director of Research and Applied.

Dr Daljit (Dal) Hothi, FMLM Fellow and Consultant Paediatric Nephrologist and Associate Medical Director for Leadership at Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Foundation Trust, has joined FMLM part-time as Associate for Leadership Development and Education. Dal will focus primarily on developing and directing the leadership education programmes for the eight clinical fellow schemes – including the clinical fellow alumni – produced and managed by FMLM on behalf of NHS England.

Yasmin Ali has joined FMLM full-time as Director of Corporate Services, to oversee the governance, risk management and financial and corporate services of the Faculty. Yasmin, a former deputy director of social impact and engagement at De Montfort University, Leicester, will lead FMLM’s business planning to ensure the organisation is on-track with its charitable and strategic aims.

Mr Peter Lees MBE, FMLM Chief Executive and Founding Senior Fellow, said:

“I am delighted to welcome Dal and Yasmin to the team. They bring a broad range of skills and experience to further strengthen the team as we embrace the new five-year strategy. Their appointments point to the exciting next stage in the development of FMLM as we progress the professionalisation agenda, research strategy and significant expansion in the leadership development agenda. Their skills and experience will be invaluable in supporting the work of the team to achieve that.

“Congratulations to Kirsten on further developing her FMLM role to focus on developing the research agenda and leading the work of FMLM Applied. She has spearheaded the development of so many areas of FMLM since she joined the late Professor Sir Neil Douglas and me to set up the Faculty, in 2011. Kirsten will grow the essential link between leadership research and the practical application, through FMLM Applied, of research evidence towards improved clinical outcomes.”

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