Leila was a senior leader for many years in the NHS, leading and driving changes to improve clinical safety, and better care and outcomes for patients, particularly mothers, babies and children. She now campaigns to raise awareness about the importance of clean indoor air, particularly for children whilst they are in school, to improve learning and protect teachers and students from all types of pollutants which harm health and wellbeing. Leila is a trustee of two children’s charities.
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