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Stephen Jack (Chairman from April 2007)
Peter Cooke (Vice Chairman from April 2006)
Professor Peter N C Cooke is KPMG Professor and Head of the Centre for Automotive Management at the University of Buckingham Business School. He is a consultant, speaker, writer and broadcaster on automotive and disability issues and was appointed a Winston Churchill Memorial Fellow in 2002. Peter was a non executive director of Remploy for seven years.
Marie Martin (from October 2003)
Marie Martin is currently a care Manager for the British Nursing Association and Chairman of the Shooting Star Children's Hospice and Linden Hall Day Centre as well as a trustee of the Hampton Fuel Trust. She has previously been a social services manager for Hounslow & Kingston Upon Thames and has also worked in the private sector.
Nick Danagher ( from November 2004)
Mike Boyall ( from March 2005)
Sally Sparrow (from April 2006)
Director of Social Care at Witham Braintree and Halstead Care Trust until March 2007. A qualified social worker since 1988. Previously worked in Social Care and the Voluntary Sector in a variety of posts with older people and those with physical and sensory impairments.
Margaret McGlade (from April 2007)
Currently a freelance consultant in social care, health and children's services. Past Director of Social Services for Derby City Council and Senior Manager for Nottinghamshire Councy Council. Trustee of the East Nottingham Women's Refuge. Qualified registered social worker.
Yogi Amin (from April 2007)
Solicitor with specialism in Public Law and Human Rights. Partner at Irwin Mitchell Solicitors. Legal practice in a range of health, social care and other public sector areas.
Susan Winterburn (from April 2007)
Qualified as a social worker in 1975 and worked in North Yorkshire. Senior Lecturer in Health and Social Care, York. Retired Director of Family Services at Family Fund Trust - a UK wide grant making organisation. Experience of grant making criteria and developing/managing a dispersed self-employed social care workforce.
Outline of Role of ILF Trustee
· To uphold the fiduciary duty invested in the position, undertaking such duties in a way that adds to public confidence and trust in the ILF.
· To develop the organisation’s aims, objectives and goals in association with the Chief Executive and other senior executives within the terms of the governing documents.