Guy is an architect who lives in Camden. He brings many skills to the Board not only from his professional life where he has designed a number of educational buildings, but also from his experience as school governor and chair of governors.
Amanda is the teacher governor. She teaches English and childcare and first became involved in the College as a student, studying creative writing and a teacher training course. She also brings experience as a parent governor at a local primary and secondary school.
Barbara has had experience as Deputy Chief Executive and Finance Director of a London Mental Health Trust; a senior finance professional, CCAB qualified, with over 20 years of experience in a variety of NHS sectors with a strong commitment to the values and ethos of WMC. Barbara is the Chair of the Finance, Personnel and Development Committee.
Susan Corby is Professor Emerita of Employment Relations at the University of Greenwich, specialising in disability discrimination and employment tribunals. She has held several public appointments: a lay member of the Employment Appeal Tribunal, a member of the Central Arbitration Committee, an independent expert under the Equal Value provisions and currently she is an arbitrator/mediator for the Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service (Acas) and a governor of a local primary school.
Khaly Fall is one of the student governors. He is studying ESOL at an advanced level and will progress to a course in preparation for the IELTS (English) exam which will enable him to continue his disrupted studies in mechanical engineering. Khaly was born in Senegal and pursued his university education in Morocco. He is a fluent speaker of Senegalese and French. Khaly volunteers for “Kilburn Champions” and at a food bank in Kentish Town.
Fran is a qualified chartered accountant and has pursued a successful career in financial services. She has held corporate finance, strategy and chief operating officer roles in a major international bank and is currently the COO of an asset management company. She is interested in work-place equality, work-life balance issues and in the development of work with the local community and local businesses.
Neil is a long-time local resident with long and wide ranging experience in education with a special interest in music education and associated digital developments. He had a 20 year teaching career in the secondary sector as a Head of Department and Pastoral lead, and has subsequently worked in the university sector at UCL as a tutor and mentor. He has also written a number of reports and research articles in the fields of education philosophy, policy and practice. Neil is Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and continues his research in the areas of the digitisation of knowledge and data analysis and management.
Helen has been Principal of WM Camden, since December 2014. She brings many years’ experience of successful leadership within adult and community education across London: Southgate, Brent and, most recently Lewisham where she recreated and revitalised what had been a failing service.
June is a retired College Principal with extensive experience of governance in schools, academies, colleges and universities: most recently as a governor at the University of Bedfordshire where she was Chair the Student Experience Committee. She is keen to see that people from all community backgrounds, regardless of educational history, remain active in learning and / or employment.
Samata is the Camden Council representative on the governing body. She is a local councillor (St Pancras and Somers Town) and resident and has been a governor of a local Camden primary school.
An architect, Professor at UCL, with a professional career helping organisations to shape their built assets to deliver corporate goals. She has been the founding director since 1990 of a professional consultancy firm.
Jon is the Pro-Vice Chancellor of the University of Greenwich in London and the Head of the Business School. His professional career began in the Civil Service (Home Office and Cabinet Office) before joining one of the UK’s leading professional services firms where he worked on public sector reform and innovation. He is interested in ways of enhancing students’ engagement through digital technology.
Max Silver is a local resident with strong business and finance experience at a senior level. He has worked for the Bank of England and now holds a number of directorships of manufacturing/technology companies. He is a keen painter and pianist with positive experience of courses in the creative and performing arts: he is also a mentor for the Prince’s Trust. Max is an advocate of the College’s work to make courses accessible to people with learning difficulties or of limited financial means.
Paul is a qualified accountant who has worked in senior management roles at the London Business School for 15 years where he was until recently Chief Operating Officer for Executive Education. He has a career of successful delivery of strategic goals, and further expertise in mentoring. He is now spending more time developing his mentoring skills.
WM College Corporation:
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