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Having been born and educated in Scotland, Liz began her career in HR in the retail industry before changing direction to follow a career in Education. Liz has experience of working in the area of skills development both as a provider of education and training and as an employer. Jacqui has considerable cross-functional leadership experience with both the UK private and public sectors and, for the four years prior to her recent appointment with Flybe, was the Director of the Alliance of Sector Skills Councils UK. In this role she had Board level responsibility for the strategic leadership for the 21 employer-led Skills Councils that cover almost 90% of the UK workforce, liaising with Government and high profile decision makers across the political spectrum and with employers to promote the UK Skills agenda. Holding a Masters Degree in Education from Aberdeen University, Jacqui’s earlier career history features a comprehensive range of senior management experience that has allowed her to establish a reputation as an exceptional people manager with strong organisational and financial management skills at operational and Board levels with responsibilities across all corporate disciplines. David is currently the Director of Scotland for People 1st, the sector skills council for the hospitality, passenger transport, travel and tourism industries, and has over 21 years of experience working within and supporting the hospitality & tourism sector across Scotland, the UK and within Europe. David joined the People 1st team in August 2007, having spent the previous 2 years working in a project management role for Springboard Scotland. As well as playing a key role in helping to shape the impact of skills and workforce development within the Scottish tourism sector, David has been heavily involved over the last 3 years in helping to set the strategic direction for the Tourism Framework for Change (TFFC) Skills Group and its Tourism Skills Strategy, which focuses predominantly on raising the standard of customer service, management & leadership and technical skills within the sector.
David also supports, and leads on, a number of other industry working groups and tourism advisory boards in Scotland, all of which are focussed on skills development and raising the profile of the tourism and passenger transport sectors within Scotland. A Charter Civil Engineer with a post graduate in Local Economic Development he has 20 year experience in local government working across a range of policy areas including Employability, Community Regeneration and Transportation.
After graduating in Technology and Business Studies from Strathclyde University in 1986, Caroline left Scotland to work in the City of London. She has been a volunteer business advisor to the Princes Scottish Youth Business Trust for 10 years. David joined VisitScotland in 2007 after four years as an interim consultant around Europe. His last corporate roles were as HR Director for Railtrack and Senior Vice-President with Worldcom Intl. Maureen managed a day service for eight years from where she was seconded in 1998 to establish a supported employment pilot project within North Lanarkshire Council. Alan joined Scottish Water in January 2003 from ScottishPower where he formerly held a range of management positions over an 18 year period. Alan has over 29 years utility experience within electricity, gas and water both in the private and public sector.
Alan is also a Director in Glasgow Chamber of Commerce where he plays an active role in promoting the voice of business within the City. Stephen Boyle is Head of Group Economics at the Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) Group and a director of RBS Pension Trustees Ltd, the Group’s main pension scheme.
Joan Stringer was appointed Principal and Vice Chancellor of Edinburgh Napier University in January 2003 having previously served as Principal and Vice Patron of Queen Margaret University College, Edinburgh.
Professor Stringer has contributed to a number of policy initiatives through external organisations, committees and working groups, which included membership of the Scottish Committee of Dearing.
She also served as a Board member of the Interactive University (which formed a bridge between Scotland’s universities and students worldwide who wished to study for internationally recognised qualifications from their home countries) and is a former Council member of the World Association of Co-operative Education (which promotes work-integrated learning worldwide and builds links between education, industry and government).
In 2001 Professor Stringer was awarded a CBE for Services to Higher Education and was awarded Hon D Litt from the University of Keele for her contribution to higher education and public service. In 2009 Professor Stringer was awarded a DBE for services to Local and National Higher Education. Robert Black stepped down as Auditor General for Scotland at the end of June 2012, a post which he had held since 2000.
In this role he was the accountable officer, and therefore in effect chief executive, of Audit Scotland.
Between 1995 and 2000, Dr Black was Controller of Audit with the Accounts Commission with responsibility for the external auditing and reporting on all expenditure by local authorities and NHS bodies in Scotland. Prior to this, he was a local authority chief executive for 10 years, first with Stirling District Council (1985-90) and then with Tayside Regional Council (1990-1995). His earlier career (1975-1985), was in policy planning and research with Strathclyde Regional Council, Nottinghamshire County Council and Glasgow City Council. Since his retirement from the post of Auditor General, Dr Black has been appointed to the British Library Board, joined the Court of Edinburgh University as a lay member and become a public interest member on the Council of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland. Currently she is Chair of NHS Education for Scotland, Chair of the Scottish Association for Mental Health and a Scottish Funding Council Board member.
She is a graduate of Edinburgh University, and a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh, the Royal College of General Practitioners, and the Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. Maureen is an experienced Business Risk Consultant, currently working in a freelance capacity, with a proven track record in developing and delivering risk management solutions across a range of multi-functional businesses, representing both clients and consultants. A keen advocate of the business benefits of a robust risk management strategy, her approach is practical as well as technical, which assists in raising awareness and engaging buy-in at all levels in the organisations. Maureen began her career in risk as Insurance Manager at a major utility company where she was responsible for developing and managing insurance and risk financing arrangements, including the establishment of a captive insurance company. In 1994, she moved into the public sector as Risk Manager to Strathclyde Regional Council, at that time Europe’s largest local authority.
She joined Sector (part of the Capita group) in July 2006 to head up its Business Risk consultancy services, prior to which she spent four years as a Business Risk Consultant (Vice President level) with Marsh UK Ltd, becoming Regional Leader of their Public Sector Practice.
Dr Ian C Elliott is a lecturer and programme leader of the Postgraduate Certificate in Public Services Governance at Queen Margaret University. In addition to programme leadership Ian teaches across undergraduate, MSc and MBA programmes in subjects including operations management, economics and strategy. Ian is also Chair of Dads Rock, Scotland's only network of free playgroups for dads and kids. Jessica Crowe is Executive Director of the Centre for Public Scrutiny, an independent charity founded in 2003 to promote better scrutiny and accountability in decision-making across the public sector.
Prior to joining CfPS in 2006, she was a councillor for eight years in the London Borough of Hackney, where she was Deputy Mayor. In 2007-08 she was on the independent Councillors Commission, which investigated the barriers and incentives to becoming an elected councillor.
She has extensive experience in elected and lay member training and adult education and has worked as an adviser to a government minister and for various local government organisations.
Claer sits as a part-time Tribunal Judge and as a non-executive Director of both the Paradigm Housing Association and Ravensbourne College boards.
She works with public, private and third sector Boards and Organisations to achieve good ethical governance; increasing productivity, profitability and performance.
Sarah Hutchison was appointed Head of Policy and Information for the Scottish Information Commissioner in 2003. He advises a wide range of public sector clients and those engaging with the public sector on all aspects of procurement law (both contentious and non-contentious), corporate structuring and collaborations, contracting and grant matters, public administrative law, governance and state aid.


Robin's background also includes significant experience in advising clients on European law, competition law and regulatory law.
He also advises a large number of charities and third sector clients and those engaging with the third sector in relation to: charity law and regulation (including advising on regulatory investigations), governance, formation and structuring, contracting and community renewables. Andy has been working in communications for 10 years, in post-devolution Scottish politics, for large banks during the financial crisis, before moving to a professional charity, during which time he dabbled back into politics to run strategy and communications for Murdo Fraser’s campaign for a new political party in Scotland.
His areas of expertise are organisational strategy and positioning, communications change and turnaround, PR and reputation management, campaigning and writing for a variety of audiences. Andy holds an MA (Hons.) in Economics and Politics from The University of Edinburgh, and is a member of the CIPR. Yvonne is Communications Manager at Wheatley Group and leads an award-winning team which delivers communications for staff, stakeholders and customers - both in print and online.
Donald Anderson started work as a Medical Scientist with the Scottish National Blood Transfusion Service. In 1999 he was elected Leader of The City of Edinburgh Council, a position he held until he stood down in the autumn of 2006 to stand for the Scottish Parliament. During Donald’s involvement in economic development, Edinburgh became one of the strongest city economies in the UK. Environment Minister Alex Attwood has revealed that the NIEA deals with 10 reported pollution incidents every day.
This was highlighted when he launched the Northern Ireland Environment Agency's first Compliance and Enforcement Report.
The report reflects the range of measures taken to prevent our landscape being blighted by contaminated land, illegal waste disposal and poisoned waters.
The 2013 RiverRidge Recycling Glens Forestry Rally proved the perfect showcase for Northern Irelanda€™s newest rally team. The Department of the Environment has published a consultation paper on the Waste Prevention Programme for Northern Ireland.
The Northern Ireland Environment Minister has called for a wider debate on the gasification of waste before he allows construction on a proposed A?220m plant in Londonderry. Community groups are being reminded that they can apply for grants of up to A?10,000 for projects that will boost recycling in their area. Northern Ireland's Agricultural Minister Michelle O'Neill insists that no fracking will take place on any land owned by her department. A new poll shows a fall in level of support for shale gas extraction in the UK following summer protests.
The wind terminal assembly port at Belfast Harbour has created a fantastic opportunity for further inward investment, according to the head of one of the companies making turbines in the city.
Northern Ireland's Enterprise Minister Arlene Foster MLA has announced details of a new A?7million research centre that will pioneer advances in sustainable energy technologies in the province and create 15 new research posts. A new plan to deal with waste from 11 council areas in Northern Ireland could see an incinerator and waste facility built near Mallusk in County Antrim.
Belfast City Council has agreed to gradually replace residentsa€™ 240 litre black bins with a 180 litre bin from January 2014. Northern Ireland's new Environment Minister has welcomed the fact that both household and local authority collected municipal landfill rates have decreased to their lowest levels ever at just over 50%. Provisional Carrier Bag Levy figures for the first quarter of 2013 indicate that 17.5million single use carrier bags were dispensed by retailers between 8 April and 30 June 2013. Councillor Luke Poots was voted into his new role by the council's environmental services committee, which he will now become chair of in two years' time. Environment Minister Alex Attwood has launched consultation on a new compulsory 60% recycling target for waste collected by local councils in Northern Ireland. Antrim Borough Council has launched an exciting new competition across its Household Recycling Centres (HRCs) at Antrim, Randalstown and Crumlin. Inspired by the tradition of hand-me-down clothes and more recent ideas around clothes swaps Bangor woman Marianne Kennerley has set up UniCycle, which aims to provide school communities with a sustainable source of school uniforms. Londonderry-born architect Caroline Oa€™Donnell has won a prestigious award in the United States for a pavilion made out of skateboard off-cuts.
The Department of Environment is providing a A?500,000 funding boost for projects that will divert waste from landfill.
A new strategy to tackle the ash dieback tree disease in Ireland has been published and feedback is currently being sought. CITB-ConstructionSkills NI has recruited 30 local construction workers for participation in an innovative project taking place in Biberach, Germany in June and October of this year. The a€?Building Skills for Sustainable Constructiona€™ project is designed to help participants widen their knowledge of sustainable construction methods, renewable energy and environmental standards.
Easter may have come and gone and while chocolate-lovers may have enjoyed tucking into their favourite treats herea€™s some food for thought . Agriculture Minister, Michelle Oa€™Neill, has welcomed the establishment of Local Flood Forums to help develop a better understanding of flood risk and how it can be pro-actively managed in the future. The proposed levy on single use carrier bags in Northern Ireland comes into effect from the 8th April, 2013. The Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) today announced that Keith Morrison will succeed Jim Keyes as Chief Executive. Practical solutions for revitalising town and city centres is the theme of the forthcoming RICS Northern Ireland 18th Annual Planning and Development Conference taking place at Belfast City Hall on October 17. History was made recently when students from across Northern Ireland gave evidence to the Assemblya€™s Environment Committee as part of a public consultation on the proposed Marine Bill. A new report on the energy industry in Northern Ireland has recommended the setting up of a single department that would have responsibility for all energy related matters. A competition to search for innovative projects that are delivering a more sustainable future for local communities has been launched by Logica, a leading business and technology service company.
Northern Ireland is uniquely placed to become a significant exporter of renewable energy and expertise.
Environment Minister Alex Attwood says a five pence levy on single use carrier bags will be introduced in April 2013, increasing to ten pence in April 2014. The provisional Northern Ireland Municipal Waste Management Statistics, July - September 2011, just published shows that almost 56% of municipal waste was sent to landfill during the second quarter of the year.
NWP's Glenside recycling facility on the outskirts of Belfast has won the company's a€?Best Site 2011' Award. RiverRidge Recycling launched the 'Make Art Not Waste' School competition recently, hoping to reinforce the 'Reduce, Reuse and Recycle' message with schools across the North East and North West of the Province. Health and Safety in the Waste Industry was the theme for a recent CIWM Northern Ireland Centre Seminar. Thanks to funding from DOEa€™s Rethink Waste Revenue Fund, Constructing Excellence NI is able to invite local contractors to participate in a FREE training programme that aims to help to reduce the amount of construction site waste they send to landfill. Leading independent energy provider Energia has come top of the class and won a significant new dual-fuel energy supply contract to provide 33 City and County Vocational Educational College organisations around Ireland with gas and renewable electricity. The Department of Agriculture and Rural Developmenta€™s Rivers Agency has received a coveted industry award for its use of geographic information system (GIS) technology.


Work is underway to return thousands of tonnes of illegally deposited waste in County Down to the Republic of Ireland. Surveys carried out by Environmental Charity TIDY Northern Ireland show that streets across the province are dirtier now than at any time in the last 4 years, despite the A?34 million local councils spend on street cleaning. Action Renewables support commercial renewable energy development, create and support European projects, offer quality assurance to the renewable energy industry a€“ Microgeneration Certification Scheme (MCS) accreditation, provide advice and information to government as well as run the Action Renewables Association for business and Industry. Environment Minister Alex Attwood says the concept of an independent environment agency is back on the reform agenda.
Northern Ireland's expertise and experience in offshore wind and marine energy have been on show in Liverpool, at the UK's biggest event for this rapidly developing industry.
ScottishPower Renewables and DONG Energy have approved the construction of the 389MW West of Duddon Sands offshore windfarm - and Belfast Harbour will benefit significantly. Environment Minister, Alex Attwood, has announced that Magistrates' courts can now impose fines of up to A?100,000 for certain offences relating to listed buildings or protected trees; this is a threefold increase on the previous figure.
New Minister Alex Attwood has welcomed his environment portfolio, describing it as an exciting challenge.
Agriculture and Rural Development Minister Michelle O'Neill has said the local renewable energy sector is an instrumental component to help grow the economy.
Over 130 delegates fromacross Ireland have attended an all-island natural gas conference in DublinA hosted by natural gas supplier Phoenix Energy Ltd. The latest edition of the Northern Ireland Municipal Waste Management Statistics shows that a total of 220,687 tonnes of municipal waste were collected in Northern Ireland, with 88% household waste and 12% non-household waste in the last three months of 2010. With an already proven track record of designing and implementing strategy and developing innovative programmes, Jacqui developed and implemented a new apprenticeship registration and certification system for England and Scotland.
Previous employers include the Sector Skills Development Agency UK in Scotland, Inverness College and the Highland Communities NHS Trust. Currently she is employed by Oracle, the largest enterprise software company in the world, as Director for Oracle Scotland.
He spent the majority of his career with Motorola where he lived and worked around the world.
The success of the pilot lead to the development of a council wide mainstream supported employment service which Maureen has had responsibility for co-ordinating since 2002. I was able to take away information from them which I can now put into practice for myself. Dr Black was the first Auditor General for Scotland, appointed by HM The Queen under the Scotland Act which brought into being the Scottish Parliament.
An appointment as Risk Manager at South Lanarkshire Council then followed, where she established their Risk and Insurance functions and gained considerable experience in issues surrounding organisational change. Maureen decided to leave Sector in July 2010 to work in an independent capacity and pursue a wide range of consultancy projects. In 2010 she became one of three Commissioners appointed by the government to help improve the governance of Doncaster Council and in 2013 she was appointed to the Welsh Government’s Recovery Board for Pembrokeshire.
She has also been a school governor and a non-executive director of her local Hospital Trust.
His responsibilities in Scotland include raising awareness of the Data Protection Act and related legislation, influencing policy and practice in all organisations handling personal data and providing advice and guidance on specific data protection queries. Her role includes strategic responsibility for publication scheme approvals, media strategy, information resources, research, external relations and promotional work. The Group’s services include the provision and management of housing, regenerating and sustaining communities and developing support services that help people and communities thrive. He was also a member of the Boards of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and the International Festival. Most notably he led Edinburgh’s response to the hosting of the G8 Summit in Scotland and the call by Bob Geldof for a million people to march to Edinburgh.
That's why the Northern Ireland Environment Agency needs to be a strong and effective regulator and why it takes more than 2,000 enforcement actions a year.
Not only about the a€?hard side' like court cases, fines and prosecutions, but also about the largely unseen but highly effective work in providing guidance and making routine compliance checks.
I am committed to enhancing the quality of life for everyone in Northern Ireland and maintaining our natural and built environments to world-class standards, making Northern Ireland a better place to live, work and invest. Officially launched at the event, which is the final forest rally of the 2013 season, the four car squad raced under leading local waste management firm RiverRidge Recyclinga€™s brand.
Her work will be on display outside the Museum of Modern Arta€™s PS1 gallery in Long Island from late June onwards.
However, urgent investment in infrastructure development needs to be a key strategic priority to allow the local renewables sector achieve its full potential, according to the Northern Ireland Renewable Industry Group (NIRIG). Action Renewablesa€™ director Michael Doran gives an overview on the importance of the Renewable Heat Incentive.
She is a Fellow of the RSA and sits on various Boards and Committees including E Skills, Scotland IS, Scottish Government ICT Advisory Board, a Trustee of Common Purpose and a member of the 2% club. He has contributed to publications including two book chapters on Innovations in Financing Public Services and a peer-reviewed journal article in Journal of Education and Work. Her previous career includes teaching children with learning difficulties, a formative spell with Oxfam in the UK, leading equality policy in Fife Council and supporting the Fife Community Plan. With a housing career spanning 20 years, Hazel has extensive experience of leading staff teams who deliver and develop services for tenants and communities. Yvonne joined Glasgow Housing Association, part of the Wheatley Group, five years ago after 20 years as a journalist. From 1990 he was Convenor of Economic Development, a position he held until the Scottish Local Government Reorganisation in 1995, when he was elected to the City of Edinburgh Council. The Council’s response was recognised by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations, with the award of their Grand Prix award in 2006. Almost three quarters of a million pounds has been recovered in fines and assets recovery within this period. Ian has previous experience at the Employment Research Institute, Scottish Government, University of Edinburgh and Glasgow Caledonian University. Prior to taking up her current role, Hazel was an Area Director at Glasgow Housing Association, part of Wheatley Group, with responsibility for delivering customer services to around 15,000 tenants across the south of Glasgow. She worked on the Evening Express and Press and Journal newspapers in Aberdeen in a variety of roles including Assistant Editor and Political Editor, the Daily Record and Sunday Mail and, prior to joining GHA, was Head of News at the Evening Times in Glasgow. Donald was given responsibility for Economic Development in the new Council and in 1998 he left the Health Service to become a full time politician. Hazel’s housing career started in London but she has also worked in the sector in Stirling and in West Lothian.



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