Atlantic People

Our people

Atlantic’s team are highly experienced consultants with long careers and experience across a range of sectors and functional areas. Additionally, we have a network of Subject Matter Specialists who can cover most specialty areas as required.

Our people

Atlantic's team are highly experienced consultants with long careers and experience across a range of sectors and functional areas. Additionally, we have a network of Subject Matter Specialists who can cover most specialty areas as required.

Doug Sheperdigian

Doug Sheperdigian

Director

Doug is founder and leader of Atlantic. He has led Atlantic’s thinking in the area of Health and Social Care. Prior to forming Atlantic, he held leadership roles within Ernst & Young, AT&T, United Airlines and Booz, Allen on both sides of the ocean.

When not consulting on transformational change in local government around services ranging from Social Care and Housing to the Public Realm, Doug can be found facilitating leadership development courses (e.g. negotiation and deal making) in Cambridge and business problem solving workshops around the world.

He has personally designed and facilitated Atlantic’s workshop series on Outcome Based Commissioning.

David Bell

David Bell

Co-Founder

David has UK and international experience built on a career in the Telecommunications sector (COLT and BT) covering strategy and change for an organisation of 41,000 people with achievements in sales operations, call centres, field service.  For BT, he managed significant business improvements in revenue growth, customer satisfaction and cost reduction.  In the last fifteen years, as co-founder  of Atlantic, he as applied this knowledge to Local Government and Health, assising clients in managing tight budgets while maintaining and improving personal outcomes.  In particular, he has delivered assignements in:

  • Outcome Based Commissioning
  • Local Authority Trading Companies (interim Chief Executive)
  • Efficiency programmes

 

 

David Brewer

David Brewer

David is a delivery-focused Programme Director with a broad range of business experience, including holding the role of Chief Information Officer of Royal Mail’s Innovation Division.  David’s recent focus has been on identity, data access management and the cross-sector use of personal data in British business.  Recently, David has led the delivery of the Personal Data & Trust programme at the Digital Catapult, driving specific focus on the Health and Social Care sectors.

Hannah Miller

Hannah Miller

Hannah has 40+ years’ experience in local government, retiring at the end of 2014 as Executive Director Adult Services, Health and Housing/Deputy Chief Executive for Croydon Council.  Since retirement she has worked on several varied assignments including as a member of the national Helping People Home Team (DoH/NHSE) working with health and social care economies around transfers of care and as a Better Care Advisor.  Her work with Atlantic has majored on assisting clients with understanding the Outcome Based Service model where she has advised at Director-level, conducted a number of major workshops and delivered a Cambridge-based Master class.

 

Hannah holds non-executive director roles for Croydon Health Services NHS Trust and L&Q Living Housing Association as well as being an independent chair of a children's and an adult's safeguarding board.

Mike Potts

Mike Potts

Mike’s NHS career has spanned more than 39 years, with over 12 years as a Chief Executive of 3 high-performing commissioning organisations in Yorkshire. He has held board-level leadership roles for over 20 years in acute hospitals, primary care, community services and commissioning organisations and has worked successfully at the interface between health and social care.

 

Since 2013 Mike has worked independently on a range of assignments covering objectives such as integrated working in a West Yorkshire Health and Social Care Economy, addressing the increasing numbers of delayed transfers of care between health and social care, integrated working between GP practices and a community provider, collaborative working within acute trusts, innovation and quality improvement within Integrated Care Systems,  

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