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Samira Ben Omar

Samira Ben Omar is part of our family of Associates.

Samira has more than 20 years’ experience of working in grassroots community and voluntary, public health, local authority and NHS commissioning sectors.

She led on various health improvement and peer support programmes and the development of the Community Champions Programme, a community asset-based model of health and wellbeing. She is also co-founder of ‘Community Voices – Conversations for Change’.

Her previous roles include Assistant Director of Patient Experience and Equality for North West London CCG, head of system change in the integrated care system, and ICS head of engagement and partnerships.

Samira is currently working as an independent consultant on community led collaborations. She is a regular contributor to the King’s Fund Leadership for Population Health Programme, and also sits on the King’s Fund General Advisory Council.

She has previously been named in the Health Service Journal’s BME Pioneers list.