Head of Business Development – Key Health
Prior to beginning my role with Key Health, I spent 10 years as a Business Development Manager with Bupa, and the 5 years prior as an Account Manager with a national healthcare brokerage, so I know exactly how private healthcare works, and I know how to deliver great service.
Key Health are an independent, whole of market health insurance brokerage, and we pride ourselves on offering excellent customer service. Our advice is tailored to our clients’ needs to ensure that we always find the right solution. You’ll also be pleased to hear that it doesn’t cost a thing.
On top of that, every Key Health client is given completely free access to BenefitHub, the world’s largest benefit platform, think online retail discounts for you, your staff and their family. I know I’m spoiling you!
Whether you’re interested in exploring the benefits of private healthcare for the first time, or if you would like us to compare your current policy against the rest of the market, please click here to start an enquiry and we’ll be delighted to show you what we can do.
Q. What is the most dangerous thing you have ever done?
A. I went to South Africa a few years ago and went in a Great White Shark cage. For somebody who is terrified of the sea because of things like sharks, it was an experience that was amazing and equally the most frightening thing I have ever done! To see them in their natural habitat and have nothing other than a cage between us was a moment I will never forget. The fallout of this experience is that I can no longer go more than waist high out in the sea even when we “staycation” in Anglesey, where quite frankly, there is no chance of bumping into one…. but you can never say never in my mind!
Q. Who or what makes you laugh?
A. Stand-up comedy, which should do really! I adore stand-up comedy! My favourite comedians currently are Dane Baptiste and James Acaster. The more obscure comedians I like are Theo Von and Brendan Scharb. I’m told I am quite funny myself and have always wants to try an open mic night but never plucked up the courage to do……yet.