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Sally Hogg

iHV Honorary Fellow

Every year, the iHV Board of Trustees bestows an Honorary Fellowship award at its annual event. These awards are only made to individuals who have made an exceptional contribution to not only the iHV, but also the profession of health visiting and the families we serve. We were delighted to award this year’s Honorary Fellowship to Sally Hogg. Sally is well-known in the sector as a champion for babies and was described as ‘a galvanising force for good who has worked tirelessly to address the baby blind spot in national policy’.

Sally Hogg is Senior Policy Fellow at the Faculty of Education at the University of Cambridge. Previously, Sally was Head of Policy and Campaigning at the Parent-Infant Foundation, where she lead work to raise awareness of the importance of early relationships and to drive change at a local and national level. This included coordinating the 1001 Days Movement and All-Party Parliamentary Group. Prior to this, Sally’s roles included Strategic Lead at the Maternal Mental Health Alliance, Senior Commissioner in a Local Authority, and Development Manager for Children Under One at the NSPCC, where she developed and implemented research-led interventions. Sally started her career as a Civil Servant working on Children’s Policy in the UK and Australia.

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