28-29 June 2017 | ExCel London

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Chris Hopson

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Chris Hopson

Chris Hopson

Chief Executive, NHS Providers
Chris Hopson joined NHS Providers (then the Foundation Trust Network) in September 2012 as Chief Executive following a career spanning the public, private and voluntary sectors. NHS Providers is the membership organisation and trade association for NHS acute, ambulance, community and mental health Foundation Trusts and Trusts, with over 95% of the sector in membership.
Between 2005 and 2012, Chris worked at HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC), initially as board level communications and marketing director and then strategy and capability director. In his last role, as HMRC’s customer contact director, he led 12,500 staff across 300 locations, in one of the UK’s largest customer service businesses. Before joining HMRC, Chris was board level corporate affairs director at Granada Media where he was one of the senior team that took Granada from being the fifth largest ITV franchise, through four mergers and acquisitions, into a separately quoted, newly floated, FTSE 100 international media company: ITV plc. Prior to this, he was the first political adviser at the Department of Culture, Media and Sport, and chief executive of the Social Democratic Party (SDP). Between 2005 and 2011, Chris was chair of the Foyer Federation, one of the UK’s leading national youth charities.
Chris is a graduate of the cross Whitehall High Potential Development Scheme, designed to identify and develop the next generation of top civil service leaders, and he holds an MBA from Cranfield Business School. He has a range of non executive roles including membership of the British Standards Institute (BSI) Standards Policy and Strategy Committee.
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