Since September 2018, Neil has been the Chief Executive of Langdon, a leading learning disability charity in the Jewish Community in the UK.
A highly experienced senior manager of health and social care services in older people and adult mental health sectors for over 30 years, Neil was Director of Care and Community Services at Jewish Care for fourteen years, responsible for its operational services and 2,500 volunteer workforce.
He is currently the Vice Chair of Skills for Care, England’s lead workforce development agency and was the Vice Chair of Governors of Waverley School for special needs for nine years (and as a governor for 13 years), as well as a trustee of the Jewish Association for Mental Illness. He was a member of Care England’s Board and a trustee of Jewish Care Pensions Trustee Ltd.
He also has lived experience as a parent carer for his daughter Leah who has a severe learning disability.