Tansy Hill

I started my career as an Intern at Microsoft in 2015, having accepted an Enterprise Sales Role, nervous about if it was something I could really do.

I was so fortunate to be surrounded by a Team who encouraged me, gave me every opportunity and highlighted the importance of understanding the problems that technology can address, not just the technology itself.

Having been awarded Microsoft’s Intern of the Year and completing my final year of University, I re-joined Microsoft on the graduate scheme as a Healthcare Account Executive and have been inspired ever since as to how Health-Tech can make a genuine difference to the NHS and healthcare organisations.

Day to day I’m supporting NHS trusts with their Digital Transformations, from helping them build collaboration strategies to supporting them in building digital research environments which will contribute to future patient care. In the face of COVID, technology has never been more important to the NHS and helping our hospitals to keen running has been one of the proudest moments of my career. We’ve worked on everything from remote working strategies to creating new hospitals to prepare for the pandemic, so supporting our hero healthcare workers has been an honour. For my performance this year, alongside some of my COVID response work I was awarded the Microsoft Circle of Excellence Gold Award.