Ian lives locally off Edgware Road and serves as a
Councillor on Westminster City Council, representing Little Venice ward, where
Paddington Green Campus is located. He works in communications and has
extensive experience of leading national transformation programmes, including
pensions auto-enrolment, technology in schools and digital TV switchover.
Today Ian serves as a Director of the NHS Litigation Authority.
Ian has been a Governor since 2009. He is a member of the Finance and General
Glenys has been a local resident for
40 years. She is actively involved in the local community, particularly
in relation to housing matters. She is Chair of the Church St Ward Safer
Neighbourhoods Panel (policing and security) and chairs the local Planning and
Licensing Group (checking out all applications for new local
business/restaurants/building alterations etc.)
Glenys’ working life embraced the
education, charity and business sectors. For several years she taught English
as foreign language (ESOL course). She also has a passion for other languages
and is fluent in both French and German, having worked for both German and
French import/export businesses in London and abroad. She also spent
seven years in a customer service role with the RNIB.
Glenys has been a Governor since 2004. She is a member of the Quality, Standards and
Student Affairs Committee and also serves as Governor representative on the
College’s Community Engagement Steering Group.
Afsana is one of the two Staff
Governors (Teaching Staff) and is currently employed as Head of School for Science
at the College. She has worked in
post-16 education for more than 7 years and has also worked as a science
teacher in both primary and secondary schools, teaching science across the Key
Stages in both private and comprehensive schools. Afsana has a degree in
Biochemistry and is a qualified teacher.
Afsana has been a Governor since
2015. She is a member of the Quality,
Standards and Student Affairs Committee.
Keith joined the College as Principal and Chief Executive in 2009. He is a member of the Finance & General
Purposes Committee, Quality, Standards & Student Affairs Committee, Search
& Governance Committee and Strategy & Estates Committee.
Mary is a corporate senior
associate with city law firm Fox Williams LLP having previously worked at Allen
& Overy LLP in both their London and Paris offices. Mary focuses on
UK and cross-border mergers and acquisitions and capital investments for both
publicly listed and private companies
Mary has been a Governor since
2015. She is a member of the Quality, Standards
and Student Affairs Committee and has previously served as a co-opted member of
the Finance and General Purposes Committee.
A qualified accountant and member of the Institute of Chartered
Accountants in England and Wales, Alex has substantial and broad senior
financial management experience from her roles as Finance Director/CFO within
both listed international company groups and SMEs in the advertising and
marketing services sector, as well as in the not-for-profit/charity sector. In
addition to the business and technical skills which she brings to the Governing
Body, Alex also has voluntary experience of helping adult students with basic
Alex has been a Governor since 2003.
She is Vice Chair of the Governing Body and also serves as Chair of the
Finance and General Purposes Committee and member of the Strategy and Estates
Committee, Search and Governance Committee and Remuneration Committee. She has
also previously been a member of both the Quality, Standards and Student
Affairs Committee and Audit Committee.
Brenda Goring Moore
Brenda has worked in a range of complex
as the NHS, local authorities, universities, a government research council and
in the private sector. She holds a Masters Degree in Education and
is also a Chartered Health and Safety Practitioner and a Fellow of the Royal
Society for Public Health. She has chaired the Institute of Education
Alumni Board and currently serves as Chair of Training Link (London).
Brenda is an experienced Governor,
having joined in 2000. She currently
serves as Chair of the Audit Committee and member of the Strategy and Estates
Committee and Search and Governance Committee. She is also the Governor with special
responsibility for Equality and Diversity and for Health and Safety. She
has previously chaired the Quality, Standards and Student Affairs Committee and
served as a member of the Remuneration Committee
Simon’s career has
involved working in large and small organisations in both the public and
private sector. His focus has been strategy, operations, policy, change
implementation and programme management. He currently works as Director
of Operational Excellence for Royal Mail Group and previously
held HRD roles. Simon has previous experience as a Trustee of a Cambridge
Simon has been a
Governor since 2011. He is a member of
the Finance and General Purposes Committee, Strategy and Estates Committee,
Search and Governance Committee and Remuneration C
Micheal is one of the two Student Governors. He was appointed in October 2016 and is a member
of the Quality, Standards and Student Affairs Committee.
Nick has thirty years’ experience of corporate finance
advising a wide range of companies from different sectors on corporate finance,
fundraising and mergers and acquisitions. Nick has served on a number of
boards and governing bodies in executive and non-executive roles, including
both FTSE-350 PLC and private company boards and at Cambridge University, the
London Ambulance Service and A2Dominion Housing Association. He has helped
build a number of successful businesses, in 2008 winning the Queen’s Award for
Enterprise. Nick has qualifications in finance, law and property.
Nick has been a Governor since 2011 and Chair of the
Governing Body since 2013. He is a
member of the Finance and General Purposes Committee and chairs the Strategy
and Estates, Search and Governance and Remuneration Committees.
Simon is Group Treasury Director of
Reckitt Benckiser Group plc, a FTSE30 branded consumer goods company, and a
Non-Executive Direct of Affinity Sutton, a leading residential social landlord.
He brings over 30 years of
experience in financial management, and has lived and worked in Hong Kong,
Australia and the Middle East.
Simon holds an MBA from Kingston Business School
and is a Fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified
Accountants and the Association of Corporate Treasurers. He is also a
Fellow of the RSA.
Simon has been a Governor since 2006. He is a member of the Audit Committee,
Strategy and Estates Committee and Remuneration Committee.
Ken O’Connell is one of the two Staff Governors (Support
Staff) and is currently employed as the Quality and Standards Manager at the
College, a post he has held for the past ten years. He has worked in post-16 education
for more than 30 years and has also worked as a teacher in both primary and
secondary schools, in this country and overseas; and as a lecturer, curriculum
lead, middle and senior manager in a number of FE colleges. Ken has also worked in HE, both as a lecturer
and as a teacher-trainer. He is a
qualified teacher, and has a Master's degree in applied English linguistics.
His particular expertise is in ESOL; English for Academic/Specific and English.
Ken O'Connell is an Ofsted Inspector.
Ken has been a Governor since 2013. He is a member of the Finance and General
Barbara is one of the two Student Governors. She was
appointed in October 2016 and is a member of the Quality, Standards and Student