Debbie Le Quesne
CEO of the West Midlands Care Association & Co-Chair of the Care Association Alliance
A consummate professional with a down-to-earth approach, Debbie is the Chief Executive of West Midlands Care Association and oversees a board of Care Provider Directors and the day-to-day running of services.
The Association started in 1984 and supports and encourages care homes and domiciliary providers to deliver quality dignified care with a comprehensive raft of specialism’s from training to legal advice.
Debbie has been involved with the care sector since 1977, initially being inspired by supporting the home where he own grandfather received care in 1972.
Before taking a position with WMCA 14 years ago, she worked in various other industries supporting Associations – her primary skill being to take complicated legislation and deliver it to busy managers and care providers in every-day language.
Debbie''''s private life has always reflected her interests in care and was keen member of the PAB club, a social initiative for physical and able bodied people. She was also involved in setting up the voluntary sector-run Halas Homes in Halesowen and Merton House, a holiday respite home in Ross on Wye.