What category of Governor are you?

I am a Parent Governor

Do you have any specific roles on the Governing Body?


Which committees are you a member of?

I am a member of the Business Management Committee

Why did you apply to be a Governor at Ivanhoe College?

Shortly after my children started at the college in 2017 a Parent Governor vacancy became available.  I thought, with my skills and experience, I could support and add value to governance at the college.

What experiences have you had in your life that you bring to your work on the Governing Body?

I have several years experience of school governance at a feeder Primary school and as a founding trustee of a multi-academy trust.

I have over 20 years’ private sector business experience.  This includes leadership & management roles in large corporates, a founding role in a start-up business with exceptional growth, and some local business experience.  

More recently, I have worked as a Business Manager in a large Nottinghamshire Primary based multi-academy trust, and now work as a Finance and Operations Director of a Leicestershire based multi-academy trust.



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