BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Vitaccess is an award-winning digital-health and strategic consultancy. We offer a world-class real-world evidence (RWE) data portfolio and data science research via MyRealWorld™, our state-of-the-art digital platform, and experience-based Market Access and Health Economics and Outcomes Research (HEOR) solutions.
Since being founded in Switzerland in 2014 and with a UK affiliate based in Oxford added in March 2017, the company has grown rapidly. Vitaccess has established a board of directors to advise its management team on longer term company development.
Callum was a founder, owner and director of Law Business Research Limited, an independent, multi award-winning digital media company. Law Business Research is a leading provider of research, news, data and insight on international business law and legal markets. Callum guided LBR through a sale to private equity firm Bowmark Capital in 2013 and continued to serve on the board until the sale to US private equity group LLCP in 2018. He has also served on several other boards, including Swawou School Foundation Sierra Leone - which he co-founded, The Haemochromatosis Society and Grow Kudos - a web-based toolkit for researchers and their publishers - and Calcam, a property developer. Callum holds a BA and MA in Politics from the University of Essex and MBAs from Columbia University in New York and London Business School.
Food, wine and chat, Squash and tennis, Mountains
The middle seat, Dieting, Referendums
Linda is CEO & Cofounder of Connectegrity, the award-winning team behind CubeSocial and Intrapreneur Nation. A former Executive Director at Morgan Stanley, Linda draws on corporate and start-up experience to advise entrepreneurs and executives. Linda supports innovation through non-executive director roles, coaching and public speaking - including sitting on the Board of Enterprise M3 LEP, working with Oxford Innovation as an Innovation Advisor, and mentoring high-growth startups as a SETsquared mentor and pitch judge.
Laughter, Learning new skills, The sound of the sea
Whingers - let’s figure out what we can do instead!
Natalie started her healthcare career in the pharmaceutical industry at Johnson and Johnson and has spent over 15 years as a CEO building international healthcare services businesses. Most recently Natalie was CEO at Healthcare at Home, where she led a substantial turnaround of UK operations and developed the company growth strategy, prior to which she built IDIS, the global leader in managed access solutions in support of patients with unmet needs. A former Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year finalist and latterly recognized by Health Investor magazine as a Power Top 50 Leader in Healthcare, Natalie is also Vice Chairman of California based Global Genes, a rare disease patient advocacy organization. Natalie recently joined London based Draper and Dash, a predictive healthcare analytics company, as Non Executive Director and strategic advisor.
Mountains, People, Shoes
Lemon curd, Public transport, Humidity
Nick has worked as a freelance business consultant and advisor for the last 19 years, specialising in working with start-ups and growth businesses. Prior to that he spent 8 years with Inchcape Plc in international motor import and distribution, ultimately taking the role of Finance Director of Chrysler Jeep UK. He has assisted many businesses as a consultant and an angel investor and has considerable experience of managing the fundraising process. As well as being a Chartered Accountant and alumnus of Spicer & Oppenheim and Touche Ross, he has an MA in PPE from Oxford University.
Choral and barbershop singing, Being on the water – kayaking and sailing, Making a difference (for the good)
Bureaucracy, Bad writing, Excessive aversion to risk
Paul is an advisor who specialises in the development and delivery of business growth strategies. From 1998 to 2011 he was a Director, and then Managing Director, with Oxford Outcomes, an international consultancy specialising in health outcomes research and health technology assessment. He went on to serve as Executive Vice President with clinical research organisation ICON plc, (Oxford Outcomes’ acquirer) until 2013. He holds a number of Non-Executive Directorships and sits on the Board of Trustees with the charity Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY). Outside of the business arena, he helps to run Zappi Racing Team (U-23 men, Junior and Youth cycle racing teams) and has interests in a recording studio.
Mountains, Music, Bikes, Baba Ganoush
Dancing, Dressing up, Pomegranate