Phin Hodson is an experienced consultant and non-executive director with interests in health, housing and education. He has worked extensively across the 2020 strategy and digital practices, alongside designing and leading courses on strategy development and public sector delivery.
Phin specialises in advising executives in the NHS, government and the third sector on complex strategic challenges. He has a particular interest in working with complex collaboratives to improve services for users, including leading a review of end of life care covering the NHS, social care, third sector and faith groups in a locality and advising on the path to financial stability for a collaborative of NHS commissioners and providers. This interest in creating effective partnership working also extends to his non-executive work, where as director of a housing association he oversees partnership working with a range of homelessness, disability and mental health charities.
Within the digital practice, Phin has led projects across the development cycle from top-level strategy, user needs analysis and business case development through to design, development and go live. This experience spans government, where he advises departments on business cases and user needs, the third sector, including large-scale automation of processes and analytics, and the NHS, focusing on benefits realisation and automation.
This consulting and non-executive experience is underpinned by industry experience in senior delivery, analytics and research roles across education, charities and the NHS.
Phin read Natural Sciences at Clare College, Cambridge and is a graduate of the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.