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Anne has 20 years' experience in public and private sector broadcasting. Between 1994 and 2009, she held a number of positions at the BBC, most recently as Managing Director BBC World News Limited, the BBC's commercial international news channel.Anne is a qualified chartered accountant with significant expertise in applying commercial principles and robust financial control to organisations with public objectives whilst ensuring the maintenance of strong values and integrity.
David has a clinical background in providing frontline, board level and
senior academic nursing expertise. During his career David has had
responsibility for the delivery of health and social care related education
to a range of prestigious hospitals and community services including
Imperial College, Great Ormond Street Hospital, Guys & St Thomas' and
nine primary care trusts.
David is a member of the NHS London Workforce Advisory Board. He has held
four Secretary of State positions and was a Nursing Member for England for
the Nursing & Midwifery Council until 2006. David is also a fellow of
the Royal College of Nursing.
Dr. Carol Cole joined the board in 2014 and is chair of the Quality
Committee and also of Charitable Funds. She is the Trust's non-executive
lead for Whistle-blowing and Freedom to Speak Up.
A consultant psychologist specialising in organisation development, Carol
originally trained as a clinical psychologist, becoming a change management
consultant with the NHS, a visiting fellow at the King's Fund and head of
health at the Office for Public Management. She then established her own
consultancy practice and has extensive experience of organisation design,
strategy, systemic change and leadership, applying psychology to enhance
business and team effectiveness. She has worked with approximately forty
different NHS organisations. Carol has also led assignments in Europe,
North America and the Middle East for multinationals such as Shell, BP and
ExxonMobil as well as smaller enterprises and charities.
She has held a number of board positions and was previously the senior
independent director at Hounslow and Richmond Community Health NHS Trust
and vice-chair of Deafness Research UK. She is a trustee of the RAF Museum
and Action on Hearing Loss.
Paula Constant has 16 years of experience in the telecoms industry and
eight at Executive level, consulting in Accenture's strategy practice,
working in commercial roles in Vodafone and running large scale
billion-pound operations across BT's consumer sales, Openreach's service
and engineering, and global business services' programme management
divisions. She is also BT Group's Gender Equality Network chair.
Paula won the everywoman FDM leader award in 2016 for transforming a poorly
performing business engineering division of 4000 whilst juggling work as a
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