Emma Killick, Director of Adult Services, will be leaving MacIntyre after 30 years. Emma started her employment as a Support Worker at Westoning and has been a director since 2014.
Our CEO, Sarah Burslem shares her thoughts on Emma’s time at MacIntyre:
“There is so much that we have to thank Emma for, including her unrelenting loyalty over many years and the standard she sets in terms of being an authentic leader. Whatever has been asked of Emma over the years (and there has been a lot!) she has shown complete and utter loyalty to everyone connected to MacIntyre and to the organisation itself.
Emma’s authenticity is legendary. She creates and maintains mutually respectful relationships, is transparent and warm in all of her interactions and in all of her ‘asks’ of other people. Quite simply, Emma lives and breathes MacIntyre’s DNA, characterised by an unwavering expectation that she places on herself and others, to be the very best.
Over the last nine years, she has led on our health agenda, spurred on by the vison for health equality for disabled people.
She has been unrelenting in raising our internal health knowledge and skills and in influencing the wider sector’s health agenda.
I believe that we will be talking about Emma for a very long time and as she engrosses herself into her full-time Masters course, I would like to personally thank her for all that she has given to MacIntyre, over what has been quite an exceptional time.”