Juliette Bynoe-Sutherland, is the Executive Chairman of the Queen Elizabeth Hospital. In this role she chairs the Board of Directors and manages the operations of QEH, Harrison Point, and associated public-private-NGO service level agreements.
She brings to the role a background and proven experience in organizational transformation with an emerging specialization in crisis and transition leadership. She has led in the transformation of the CARICOM based Pan Caribbean Partnership on HIV and AIDS , the IPPF affiliate Barbados Family Planning Association, and has been engaged by USAID implementation partners FHI360 and RTI, as Chief of Party on regional projects in need of strengthened leadership. She also led the development of World Bank funded Barbados National Strategic Plan for HIV: Investing for Results 2014 – 2019 and repositioned the national programme to be in alignment with best practice and local needs.
Her leadership has been mainly in the public health and health systems strengthening arena and are undergirded by transcultural experiences as a Research Fellow in Cancer and Public Health for the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and in Palliative Care at the University College London, Royal Free Hospital. She has also supported the Boston University School of Public Health implement to health sector rationalization projects in Barbados as a Heath Planner. She has worked in across the Caribbean, New York City and London, United Kingdom and served on the Board of the Global Fund for AIDS TB and Malaria as the Focal Point for Latin America and the Caribbean.
She is an attorney at law called to the Barbados Bar in 2006. She also possesses a M.Sc in Health Planning Policy and Finance from a joint programme of the London School of Economics and Political Science & London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine with Distinction and a B.A. in History and Political Science with Upper Second Class Honours from the University of the West Indies.