Michael Smeeth

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Alma materUniversity of Nottingham
SpouseRuth Smeeth
InterestsBritish-American Project

Michael Smeeth, a member of the executive body of the British-American Project (BAP), is married to Ruth Smeeth MP.

The BAP describes itself as a “transatlantic fellowship of over 1,000 leaders, rising stars and opinion formers from a broad spectrum of occupations, backgrounds and political views.”[1]

Healthcare background

Michael Smeeth is Global Resiliency Leader for GE Distributed Power having previously been GE’s Commercial Director and Healthcare Director for the UK and Ireland.

Smeeth has had a wide-ranging career in healthcare business development, communications and corporate affairs, immediately prior to joining GE he ran a consultancy specialising in corporate and business development. He also previously was head of UK Healthcare for Fleishman Hillard International, Managing Director of Good Relations Healthcare, a Director of a London NHS Trust and ran Campaigns & Marketing for a major UK Trade Union.[2]

Other activities

He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a full member of the Institute of Directors and an executive board member of the British-American Project. He is a full member of the CIPR and helps run its Health and Medical Group. He is also a freeman of the Worshipful Company of Marketors, a Non-Executive Director for an out of hours healthcare provider and he sits on the editorial board of the Journal of Healthcare Management.

Desperately seeking Corbyn's downfall

The Smeeths are "desperately seeking Jeremy Corbyn's downfall".[3]

 

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Document:Is this the Epicentre of Corbyn’s Antisemitism Story?Article8 April 2019True PublicaWe are being immersed in a disgraceful environment of political propaganda, disinformation and downright lies cooked up by those with vested interests and promoted by the billionaire offshore owners of the press and fellow travellers such as Ruth Smeeth and contriving organisations such as the British-American Project


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