From 9th February, Mark Taylor has become the Chief Executive of the Society of Homeopaths.
Mark has extensive experience of not for profit organisations and joins the Society from VocalEyes a charity that helps to provide access to the arts for the blind and partially sighted people, where he was interim chief executive from August 2014. Prior to that Mark was director at the Museum Association (MA) for 24 years.
He brings a knowledge and understanding of membership organisations including publishing, communications, training, event management and a range of membership services. He is widely experienced in lobbying, advocacy and campaigning on behalf of sectors and professions.
Mark Taylor says “The Society is in good shape with a board focussed on the long term and a settled and talented set of staff. But, even in my preliminary discussions, I can see that membership services and the image of homeopathy are priorities.”
At the end of 2014, the Professional Standards Authority accredited the Society of Homeopaths’ voluntary register for Health and Social Care. Practitioners on the Society of Homeopaths’ register are able to display the Accredited Register quality mark, a sign that they belong to a register, which meets the Professional Standards Authority’s robust standards.