This is the organisational team of the Neurology Academy.

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Sarah Gillett

Managing Director


Sarah Gillett was previously manager of a qualifications authority and has now been Managing Director of the Neurology Academy for 15 years. Sarah has over 23 years’ experience of event management and educational courses that are delivered to maximize beneficial impact on the NHS. Sarah has developed the Neurology Academy from what was just a few Parkinson’s disease courses to a company that now specialises in three different conditions – Parkinson’s, dementia, and multiple sclerosis – with new disease area courses in the pipeline.

Jamie McGregor

Head of Policy, Intelligence and Operations


Jamie is the Neurology Academy’s Head of Policy, Intelligence and Operations. Jamie’s background is predominantly in the legal field, working for national and international clients. He brings a varied skill set including, contract management, dispute resolution and legal drafting.

Hugh Skelton

Office & Events Manager

MasterClass enquiries

Hugh joined the Academy in January 2020 as Office & Events Manager. A Hospitality graduate, Hugh has previously worked in the hotel industry and has a wealth of experience in organising and running events. He is the first point of contact for people interested in our MasterClass courses.

Johanna Marx

Website and Media Manager


Johanna joined us in 2018 as a Media Coordinator. Originally from Germany, she studied Communication Design in Hamburg. She brings a range of skills to the Neurology Academy, such as graphic design, website administration and email marketing and is the GDPR officer for the company.

Jon Johnson

AV Technician

Jon originally trained as a Registered Nurse for the Mentally Handicapped. After qualifying he worked for two years on the Habilitation Unit preparing people for life outside the hospital environment. Having a strong interest in making music Jon took a Diploma in Audio Engineering and decided to change career. He has since spent 28 years working in the live event industry, both nationally and internationally. He started working with the Parkinson’s Academy in 2004 while managing the South West Branch of an Audio Visual Company. Apart from a short break while he built his house, he has been working with the Academy ever since. Jon currently spends his time as a Theatre Technician at Truro College and freelance Audio Visual Technician.

Charlie Peel

Medical Writer


With a background in neurology informed by working alongside patients, clinicians and the voluntary sector, Charlie’s experience in this field has been broad. Initially working in event management and communications and later moving into research and service development, she has also mentored charities and produced bespoke training packages. She has spoken at educational events, contributed to several academic articles, and currently supports the Neurology Academy as a health writer.