Movers and Shakers: Edition 223

Movers and Shakers: Edition 223

Your weekly guide to who’s new and who’s leaving

Sarah Temperton, Chief executive, NLT Training Services

Start date: August 2017
Previous job: Head of training at the East Midlands Chamber
Interesting fact: Sarah likes to keep fit and practices hot pod yoga as well as zumba and HIIT in the local gym.

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Christy Johnson, Vice-principal, Plymouth College of Art

Start date: August 2017
Previous job: Professor and chair of the art department at Cornish College of the Arts in Seattle
Interesting fact: Christy was born in California, and has lived and worked in London, Seattle and Los Angeles.

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Chantelle Astley, Farm manager, Askham Bryan College

Start date: October 2017
Previous job: Agricultural lecturer at Askham Bryan College
Interesting fact: Chantelle’s interest in farming was triggered at the age of eight when she began helping a neighbour milk cows.

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Trudy Harrison, Co-chair, the Apprenticeship Delivery Board

Start date: October 2017
Previous job: Conservative MP for Copeland (ongoing)
Interesting fact: Trudy’s voluntary roles as a parish councillor and school governor influenced her interest in politics.

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Alicia Bruce, Chief finance officer, Moulton College

Start date: October 2017
Previous job: Executive director of finance at Northampton Partnership Homes Ltd
Interesting fact: Alicia sings with a Northamptonshire community choir called Elation Community Voices.

 

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