NOAH chair re-elected for second term
Gaynor Hillier, head of Elanco Animal Health UK and Ireland, has been re-elected as chair of the National Office of Animal Health (NOAH).
She was first elected in 2017, having been an active member of the board since 2011 and vice-chair since 2013.
Speaking at NOAH member’s day, Gaynor outlined the proposed strategic framework for 2018-23. In the short to mid-term, Brexit will be a top priority, as NOAH works to support business continuity and opportunity.
“Our regulatory focus remains as important as ever,” she added. “As does our work on One Health topics, ensuring appropriate access and responsible use of medicines for all animals.
“We will work on delivering for our members, current and future, to provide relevant services to our current and broadening membership in the face of a changing market landscape and we will capitalise on our position as the voice of our industry to promote the benefits of our sector to society and to help create a climate where our member businesses can succeed.”
NOAH members were invited to discuss the proposals and offer feedback. The strategic framework will be finalised at the next board meeting this month.