I am a retired hospital consultant and previous trustee of our local hospice with a particular interest in governance. I have been a trustee since 2017 and chair the social enterprise committee.
I am an historian based at Loughborough University, and have published three books on the history of the United States. I am also Director of People and Culture in the School of Social Sciences and Humanities at Loughborough, with responsibility as strategic lead for staff development, experience and wellbeing. I am currently doing a part time MBA. I enjoy volunteering in the Emmaus Red Lane shop and also spend my time volunteering for other charities.
I’ve extensive senior management experience, having held positions with several global telecoms companies. I’m passionate about mentoring and supporting individuals so they may fulfil their true potential. Outside of work I enjoy singing, classic cars and following the ups and downs of my beloved Arsenal football club.
I have worked in various parts of the country during a legal career in the public service in which I served on multi agency groups in the fields of mental health and people trafficking which continue to be areas of particular interest to me.
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I am a researcher in the area of Corporate Governance at Coventry University. I am a qualified chartered accountant and a member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW). I also enjoy volunteering for other charities in Coventry and Warwickshire.
I run a small architectural practice, which means I can contribute to the business affairs to do with running the organisation, and help with all property related matters.