Fiona Copeland

Fiona Copeland

Fiona has a comprehensive career history honed within the banking sector, and is now a highly effective PMO Manager, working with organisations to support their change programmes.

Fiona is naturally approachable, highly adept, and focused, with outstanding interpersonal and negotiation skills. She consistently achieves project goals by utilising superior analytical skills, administrational prowess, and first-class customer service.

Fiona has most recently worked with ProgrammExpress, David Lloyd, Whitbread, Costa, VWG, HSBC, JLR, Picsolve and Southwest Water.

When not working Fiona is a patient advocate and was awarded a British Empire Medal in the 2021 New Years’ Honours, for chairing the PCD (Primary Ciliary Dyskinesia) Support Group and raising awareness of PCD. She works tirelessly to promote knowledge and development of genetic disorders, blindness, cancer support and health research.


I have worked with Fiona on the development of the PCD service in 3 hospital Trusts across the country. Fiona is a very articulate and knowledgeable in the subject of PCD. She has used her influence and ability to negotiate to the charities advantage by securing support for the development of the website. She is a well respected and valued member of the PCD service overall. Her role as Chair has helped the NHS services secure support for the funding of the management service which was a recent development. It is a pleasure work with her.

— Sheela Upadhyaya, Rare Disease.RAPID-C19 Strategic Advisor:NICE

Fiona provides an excellent service in all her key skill areas, Project Management, Programme and Project Office, and training. She is a thorough professional who never lets you down and always adds value.

— Nick Wilson, MD ProgrammExpress

I worked with Fiona in my capacity as Senior Nurse for User Involvement at Royal Brompton and Harefield NHS Foundation Trust. I valued her commitment, knowledge, experience, honesty and professional approach and find her an engaging person to collaborate with.

— Rachel Matthews, Head of Experience at National Voices