Glenn Houston, is the first chair of the Jersey Care Commission and brings a wealth of experience, having had a 35 year career working in Health and Social Care in Northern Ireland.
Glenn lives in Northern Ireland, and has held a number of high profile roles, the latest as chief executive of the Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority.
A social worker by profession, Glenn was the first Director of Women and Children’s Services and Executive Director of Social Work in Northern Health and Social Care Trust.
Glenn was previously Chief Executive of the former Craigavon and Bainbridge Community Trust and has held other appointments at director level in the Homefirst legacy trust. Glenn is currently a member of the Board of the Human Tissue Authority and the Disclosure and Barring Service.
The Jersey Care Commission was established ahead of the Regulation of Care (Jersey) Law 2014, which came into effect on 1 January 2019. It is responsible for overseeing the quality of care provided to Islanders either in their own homes or by key care services (care homes, children’s homes and adult day care services).
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