Wales Council members

There are two Councillors representing College members in Wales. They help set and deliver the College's strategic and business plans. They also act as ambassadors for their region, sharing news, views and information between the College and their constituents. 

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Angharad Hobby BSc (Hons) MCOptom
Council Member - Wales

Angharad graduated from Cardiff University in July 2013 and completed her pre-registration training with Davies and Jones Optometrists (South Wales) the following year. She is currently working towards her PhD at City, University of London and is part of the David Crabb Lab. Her research looks at the functional and structural assessment of retinal disease through ocular electrophysiology and optical coherence tomography.

Angharad practices part time at Eastbourne District General Hospital where she specialises in Low Vision. She also works as a locum optometrist and is a member of the educational faculty at The Johnson and Johnson Vision Care Institute. Angharad was elected College Council member in March 2017.

E: angharad.hobby@college-optometrists.org

 

Dr Mary-Ann Sherratt PhD MCOptom DipGlauc DipTP(IP)
Chair of the Board of Trustees, Immediate Past President, Council Member - Wales

Mary-Ann was elected President of the College of Optometrists in March 2016. She is part of a multidisciplinary team at Bristol Eye Hospital in the Shared Care Department.  Previously, she has worked as a community optometrist in independent and multiple environments around South Wales and the South West, and as an associate tutor and visiting lecturer at Cardiff University. Mary-Ann represented the College on Optometry Wales Council for five years, and was a member of Optometry Wales Board for three.  

E: mary-ann.sherratt@college-optometrists.org

 

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