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Meet the team


 Dave Griffiths

Dave Griffiths, BA (Hons), MSc
Programme Lead - Workforce Intelligence

Dave has over 10 years of experience leading the team and working with adult social care data, particularly organisational and workforce data.

He has worked on projects with the Department of Health and Social Care, health bodies, integration sites, the Care Quality Commission, local authorities, higher education institutions and many other analysis projects.

Will Fenton

Will Fenton, BSc (Hons)
Analytics Manager

Will has a strong background in maths and statistics with qualifications gained through university and through the Royal Statistical Society. Will has worked with social care data for over 10 years and has managed Skills for Care’s analysis team since 2016.

He has experience of working with a variety of different stakeholders including university researchers, statisticians, data scientists, local authorities, government departments and health bodies. 

Sarah Davison

Sarah Davison, BSc (Hons), MSc              
Workforce Intelligence Analyst  

Sarah has over 14 years of experience analysing and interpreting adult social care workforce information. She enjoys report writing and writing content for our website, in a way that our users can understand, that provides insight and creating key resources for the sector.

Sarah was a care worker before she joined Skills for Care. She likes to see employers making confident decisions with information that we've provided.

Gary Polzin

Gary Polzin, BSc (Hons)   
Data Modeller 

Gary has a degree in mathematics and joined Skills for Care in 2015. Prior to working at Skills for Care, he was team leader of the data analysis department at an educational consultancy firm.

He leads on the workforce modelling process to produce the national estimates and deals with bespoke data requests from the Department of Health and Social Care and other clients. He is also responsible for providing workforce intelligence to various stakeholders such as Health Education England, iESE and Carterwood.

Roy Price

Roy Price, BSc (Hons)       
Workforce Intelligence Analyst 

Roy gained a first-class honours degree in environmental science and developed crucial skills to help with his career in analysis. This included using GIS tools to interpret spatial information.

He is closely involved with responding to clients as queries are sent to the team, as well as developing new members of staff and delivering projects for the Department of Health and Social Care.


Rosy McCaffrey, BSc (Hons)       
Workforce Intelligence Analyst

Rosy has a degree in Mathematics. Before working for Skills for Care she worked in data analysis in the retail sector. She has been closely involved with the development of our interactive data visualisations, calling on her graphic design skills to build and design these - making our information clear and engaging for users.

Rosy has worked on many other projects within the team, including the preparation of the weighted workforce estimates, written reports and internal monthly reporting.

Tanya Fozzard

Tanya Fozzard, BSc (Hons)       
Workforce Intelligence Analyst

Tanya has a degree in Psychology and is currently undergoing a Masters of research to further develop her research and analysis skills. She previously worked as an analyst for the NHS.

At Skills for Care, Tanya is responsible for producing and maintaining our internal monthly reporting, monitoring management information and KPIs. She is also responsible for producing interactive visualisations using various software and tools and takes a keen interest in programming languages.

Anthony Wheatley, BA (Hons)       
Workforce Intelligence Analyst

Anthony has over 8 years of experience analysing data. Prior to joining for Skills for Care, he has worked in a variety of data analysis roles including marketing, human resources and revenue.

Anthony is well versed in data storytelling and enjoys creating data visualisations which empower the end user; enabling them to gain insight and reach conclusions with ease.








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