Ashfield Public Governors

  • Sue Holmes - Public Governor - Ashfield

    Sue has been a governor since 2014 and has been the lead governor for the last three years. Prior to retirement Sue was a teacher at Shirebrook Comprehensive School and also served as a magistrate for 26 years.

    Since being elected as governor Sue has seen a tremendous improvement in the Trust and is committed to representing the public to ensure that a high quality of service is maintained for all patients and their families.

  • Maxine Huskinson - Public Governor - Ashfield

    Maxine is a lifelong resident of Ashfield and is currently the business owner of a small social day care service within the area. She has worked in both public and private sectors and has specialised in dementia for the past 25 years.

    Maxine is keen to embrace her new role as Public Governor for Ashfield and is committed to helping achieve the highest quality of care possible for all.

  • Liz Barrett - Public Governor - Ashfield

    Liz is a lifelong resident of Ashfield and is committed to raising aspirations within the local community along with opportunities and quality of life.

    She is passionate about wellbeing and feels privileged to be a governor at Sherwood Forest Hospital Trust. She currently works as the Principal for ATTFE College which delivers lifelong learning courses for learners aged 16+. Liz is committed to making a difference and looks forward to bringing a high level of energy and enthusiasm to the role of Governor.

  • Jane Stubbings - Public Governor - Ashfield

    Jane feels privileged to serve again. Her priorities will always be to get the very best care for all our patients, and to ensure that our wards and clinics are clean and well run. 

    She aims to personally meet as many of our patients as possible and listen to their experiences, ensuring that any necessary improvements are made. She also wants to ensure that our patients are treated with dignity and respect at all times - she is a patient herself so will see first-hand that this is happening.

    Jane has lived in Ashfield for 50 years and is married with three grown up children.