Meet the Board Members

Membership of the ESB includes main influencers and decision-makers at a Senior Executive and Corporate Director level.

Board members are required to bring a perspective from their sector to the Skills and Employability Debate. They commit themselves to developing a shared understanding of the challenges facing Nottinghamshire and the appropriate priorities for action.

The Board meets bi-monthly and is chaired by an independent member.



Organisation      Role   
  National College Independent Chair and Chief Operating Officer
  East Midlands Development Agency Skills Advocacy Manager
  Capital One Head of Corporate Affairs
  Nottinghamshire Training Network Chief Executive
  Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire Chamber of Commerce
Chief Executive
  Zoe Gallagher & Associates Consultant
  Federation of Small Businesses Area Coordinator
  New College Nottingham Principal and Chief Executive

Laing O'Rourke Construction North

Senior Planner
  Enable Chief Executive
  Nottinghamshire County Teaching PCT Head of Nottinghamshire Teaching PCT
  BIS Local Assistant Director
  Boots Chief Medical Officer
  Skills Funding Agency
  Ikano Communications Director
  Experian Head of Talent
  Jobcentre Plus District Manager
  Nottinghamshire County Council Portfolio Holder for HR Performance
  Merlin Point Business consultant

 An executive sub-group, the Advisory Board, meets between Board meetings to carry forward the actions emanating from Board meetings and to forward plan future Board matters as instructed.

This group is chaired by Phil Lyons from the Mansfield Strategic Partnership and has representation from emda, GOEM, Greater Nottingham Partnership, the NCCESB Executive Team, Jobcentre Plus, LEO, the Skills Funding Agency and both Local Authorities.

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