Sally Williamson is a founding member and Co-Chief Executive Officer of Salus.
Throughout her career, Sally has demonstrated her commitment and passion for securing services that really make a difference to children, young people, their families, school and communities. Leading a ground-breaking social enterprise has provided the opportunity to continue to develop ways to do this creatively and efficiently while achieving the best possible outcomes.
Prior to establishing Salus, Sally had more than 15 years’ experience of working across children’s services and strategic management for a number of Local Authorities and the Government Office London (GOL). Roles included Head of Attendance and Behaviour (including Alternative Provision) for Kent County Council (KCC) and Children and Learners Strategic Adviser for GOL. Both Sally and the services she has been responsible for, have won numerous awards and accolades in recognition of their impact.
Sally is a keen advocate for the role of the voluntary sector and is a VCSE representative on many Boards and Steering Groups, including the Kent and Medway Integrated Care Partnership Group. Sally has a BSc in Psychology (hons), Post Graduate Diploma in Systemic Approaches, an MSc in Occupational Psychology and is in the final stages of qualifying as an Occupational Psychologist.