Jillian Evans is Head of Health Intelligence for NHS Grampian
“How do you know when you’ve become an ‘expert’? Are you defined as such based on qualifications or experience? Is it because you are a good speaker and confident? Can you get your message over well? Are you interesting?
All of these things is what I’ve become through the expert women project. I have got many years of health care and public health experience but it’s only in the last couple of years that I’ve been able to sing about it. What’s more is that I get great feedback from people who have heard or seen me on radio or TV talking about a subject I love.
Thanks you to the Expert Women project for the insights, the training and most of all – the confidence to do this well.”