Tally is a Programme Manager for Living Well UK, a three year programme delivering innovations in mental health services and support, inspired by the Living Well model developed in Lambeth. The programme supports local partnerships in Edinburgh, Luton, Salford, and Tameside & Glossop to develop new ways of helping people achieve good mental health in community and primary care settings. Tally’s passion lies in how co-produced social innovation can offer real solutions in addressing complex social issues.
Tally applies her robust project management structures and processes to plan, manage, coordinate and review the multiple, fast-moving and interdependent project activities. She bring 15 years of extensive experience gained working in statutory and voluntary sectors. Across her career Tally has specialised in strategic planning, change management, stakeholder engagement, developing teams and is a registered Prince 2 Practitioner.
Before joining Innovation Unit, Tally worked in the housing and homelessness sector. She has spent over a decade working for Shelter in various roles from delivering frontline services to managing complex projects and programmes across the UK to help people affected by bad housing and homelessness.
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