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Nominations Committee

The Nominations Committee oversees Board of Governors and Committee membership matters, noting that the approval of all Board and Committee appointments (excluding elected, nominated and co-opted members) requires the approval of the Board on the recommendation of the Committee.

Terms of Reference 2023/24

Membership 2023/24

Roberta Blackman-Woods (Chair)

Craig Apsey  (Independent Governor)

James Bromiley (Independent Governor)

Helen Fairfoul (Independent Governor)

Peter Judge (Independent Governor) 

Professor Andy Long (Vice-Chancellor and Chief Executive)



Georgina Bailes 


Officer in Regular Attendance:

 Jane Embley (Chief People Officer)


Dates and times of the Nominations Committee Meetings in 2023/24




 Tuesday 26 September 2023 11:00  Microsoft Teams
 Monday 6 February 2024 10.00 Microsoft Teams
 Monday 3 June 2024 10.00  Microsoft Teams

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