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Shirley Cramer

Chief Executive of the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH)

Shirley Cramer CBE is Chief Executive of the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH). Shirley is an experienced voluntary sector leader in both the UK and the USA and has also held non-executive positions in both countries in the public and voluntary sectors. She was Chief Executive of Dyslexia Action for over a decade and prior to RSPH she was Interim Chief Executive of Alzheimer’s Research UK. Shirley has a UK degree in Social Work, an MSc in Social Administration from Columbia University in New York and an Honorary Doctorate from Canterbury Christ Church University.

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