Audley Group today announces the appointment of its first ever Health and Wellness Director. Emma Robinson will head up every aspect of health and wellness across the Audley Group, reporting to CEO Nick Sanderson.
Emma joins Audley from a global career focused on health, welfare and wellbeing. She has experience working in government, higher education and private sector across Australia, Italy and the United Kingdom. Her most recent role was as Dean of Students within the UK higher education sector, where she led a student first approach to supporting individuals thrive during their learning journey. This included the development of holistic health and wellbeing programmes and initiatives designed to meet the needs of a diverse student population.
As Health and Wellness Director, Emma will work closely with the management team on the future strategy and growth of wellness across Audley and Mayfield villages, putting strategies in place to enhance physical, nutritional and mental and emotional wellbeing to support a healthy and vibrant lifestyle. Her role will encompass Audley and Mayfield Care, working closely with Head of Care Michelle Forbes to ensure Audley’s continued delivery of exceptional care and support services to customers in the villages and local communities.
Emma Robinson said of her appointment,
“I’m delighted to be appointed Health and Wellness Director. I’m passionate about supporting people to look at their health in a comprehensive way and enabling them to take control to allow them to live the best life possible. Health is absolutely intertwined with quality of life and Audley’s mission to help people live better for longer really chimed with my own beliefs and values. Audley’s approach to health as we age feels transformational and I’m committed to using my experience to contribute to Audley’s continuing success.”
Nick Sanderson, CEO, Audley Group said,
“We have long committed to an integrated approach to health and wellness in our villages, and with Emma’s appointment we have found the right leader to take that approach to the next level. As a sector, we need to be moving beyond care, to look at every aspect of life and help people maintain their health and independence for as long as possible. Emma’s expertise across the health and wellness sector will be invaluable as we unveil our holistic strategy for 2024 and beyond.”