Interested in being an MRC board member?
We are in the process of re-shaping our business model in light of changes in the public sector and to meet the new challenges of attracting investment in our work.
With this in mind, the Board of Trustees has decided to seek new Board members to join the current team of 6. The current Board have, between them, a wide range of skills and experience and a wealth of local knowledge. However, we have a lot to do over the next 12 months and are aware of some skills gaps that we should like to fill.
If you share our passion and would like to play an active part in making a difference and if you feel you have the skills we are looking for, then we should like to hear from you.
Download the Board recruitment pack to find out more and the Annual Review for a quick summary of our work.
Our Board Of Trustees:
Chair: Keith Willdig
Keith was born and raised in Ashby and has extensive family connections in the area. He has many years business experience in the corporate and SME sectors and currently operates as a non-executive director, high growth coach and business advisor to commercial sector businesses.
His extensive experience in business covers account management, service management, project management and business transformation which will be useful to MRC in these challenging times where the public finance challenge is impacting the very structure of our industry.
After setting up several successful small businesses, Michael, a Hugglescote resident is currently proprietor of a local company creating educational resources for teaching and learning through talk and play, designed by experienced Early Years and Primary teachers for teachers and other education practitioners. He brings valuable and practical experience, particularly to our business development activity.
Ann has extensive knowledge of Human Resource Management.
Along with first hand knowledge of change management and business models Ann is a valuable new member of our Board of Trustees.
Ann is also a school governor.
I am very pleased to be able to use the skills and knowledge I have gained working in Further Education over 36 years in different roles including, technician, teacher, section manager, director, external verifier and Ofsted additional inspector.
Now retired but still very active through volunteering, currently in a local Primary school and running a monthly disco and social evening for adults with learning difficulties and or disabilities.
The skills I can offer as a trustee include, management change, extensive knowledge of safeguarding, mentoring and support for staff, administration and approaches and strategies for quality management.
I believe working with the staff and fellow trustees I am able to contribute to the achievement of MRC’s ambition to support the local community.