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New Governors for LSC


There are three new faces on the Learning and Skills Council's (LSC) governing body - Claire Ighodaro, Mary Marsh and John Taylor.

Claire Ighodaro was until recently the finance director for broadband, at the BT Group and a past president of the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA). She is also a non-executive director of the Banking Code Standards Board.

Mary Marsh is director and chief executive of the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), a governor of Shooter’s Hill Post-16 Campus in Greenwich and former headteacher of two schools, Queens’ School in Bushey and Holland Park School in Kensington and Chelsea.

John Taylor is chief executive of Sheffield College and chair of the Sheffield First for Learning & Work Partnership.

Chris Banks, chairman of the Learning and Skills Council welcomed the new appointments and thanked Lynne Morris, principal of Joseph Chamberlain College, and Professor Bob Fryer, Chief Executive of National Health Service University (NHSU), for their contributions as they step down from the LSC.


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