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Trustee Profiles

 Trustee Structure (3) Sep 17

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David Hope - Chair of Trustees and Chair of Brantridge Governing Body

David Hope is an experienced Insurance   industry executive, having worked at PLC level roles for a number of years.   David is currently serving on Grafham Grange School Governing Body.

               David Hope 

    

 

 

                                 

Alison Smith - Chair of Pay & Personnel Committee

Dr Smith is an experienced General Practitioner and has worked   for most of her medical career with a well established (10,000 patient list)   GP Practice in West Sussex.

Alison has a long established record of voluntary activity   including serving as a school governor as a school governor.    Alison has dedicated significant voluntary time to various local area of   Worthing and health service voluntary activities.  These   include serving in a variety of Honorary officerships   of influential committees and organisations.

 

                  

 Alison Smith

Allan   Davidson 

Allan has extensive business experience having worked as a partner for over 20 years with PricewaterhouseCoopers, the international consultancy firm, in London and overseas.

He brings extensive knowledge of business having worked, both domestically and internationally, with a broad spectrum of commercial organisations.

Allan studied Chemistry at Edinburgh University and holds a PhD in physics from King’s College, Cambridge.

                       Allan Davidson

 

                     

 

                     

Martin Coles - Chair of Brantridge Governing Body

Martin has recently retired as CEO and Principal of The British School in the Netherlands, one of the world's leading international schools.  Prior to holding that post Martin held a variety of senior posts within the education sector in the national arena, local government and in universities.

He has been an Ofsted Inspector and an External Advisor and Threshold Assessor within the Performance Management procedures for schools. In a number of roles, but especially  in his work as Director of Schools and Learning at Swindon Borough Council,  he has built an understanding, from different perspectives, of the complex issues surrounding additional educational needs.

Martin spent a large part of his career as an academic at Nottingham University. He has published  nineteen books either as author, co-author or editor, and numerous articles focussed mainly on literacy, school management and leadership. He has been committed throughout his career to the principle  that children should receive a personalised education suited to their needs.

Jenny Williams

In a career spanning more than 30 years in Higher Education Jenny has held a number of senior management positions. She joined Kings College, London  in the 1990’s where her roles included Head of Student and Stakeholder Engagement, Director of Residential Services and Director of Services for Students. During this time she was involved in major developments, capital projects and ensuring the delivery of an outstanding student experience in every respect.

Jenny was on the National Executive of the Association of Managers of Student Services in Higher Education and is currently a school governor and Independent Lay Trustee for the Faculty of Medical Leadership and Managment.

 

 

 


 

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   Jenny Williams