Eileen Streets Director Tobacco Control, The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation, Liverpool
Tony Rock Lieutenant Colonel, Ministry Of Defence
Eileen is a qualified Physiotherapist; her clinical practise expertise was in Trauma and Orthopaedics. She moved into NHS general management in 1991and latterly managed a big city A&E department.
Eileen worked with the Met Office on health forecasts for COPD patients, taking the lead for the North West. Since 2002 she has been working in tobacco control, initially developing the Look After Your Lungs programme. Eileen is currently Director of Tobacco Control at the Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation
Tony Rock joined the Army as an Apprentice in 1974 (attending the Royal Signals Army Apprentice College at Harrogate). He then worked within the Signals Intelligence world for 5 years before attending the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in 1982.
Operationally served in NI, Cyprus, Bosnia and Iraq.
Currently the SO1 Health Promotion in Army Headquarters, Andover – responsible for promoting health and delivering health promotion campaigns across the Army. Currently delivering: smoking cessation pilot with Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation; a mental health anti-stigma campaign; sensible use of nutrition and dietary supplements; reducing noise induced hearing loss; injury prevention and recovery.