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Margaret Cooper (Chairman from August 2003)
Solicitor. Chairman of the Appeals Tribunal, including Disability Appeals Tribunals.  Chairman of industrial tribunals and fair employment tribunals.

 

 

 

peter3.jpegPeter Cooke (Vice Chairman from April 2006)
Professor of Automotive Industries Management; academic, writer and broadcaster on automotive disability issues.  International consultant on automotive industries.  Non-executive director of Remploy.  Winston Churchill Memorial Fellow of 2002.

 

 

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Chartered Accountant.  Group Finance Director of Collins Stewart Tullett plc and Hon Treasurer of the Greater London Fund for the Blind.  Has held senior financial management positions in a number of international financial services organisations.

 

 

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Past Chairman of Age Concern Richmond upon Thames, now an advisor.  Chairman of Shooting Star Children’s Hospice.  Trustee of the Hampton Fuel Trust.  Chairman of Linden Hall Day Centre.  Ex manager of social services for Hounslow & Kingston Upon Thames.  Presently an outreach worker for B N A Nursing.

 

 

nick.jpegNick Danagher ( from November 2004)
Graduate in English and Media Studies.  Developed and managed local independent living schemes and organisations.  Former board member of Central Council for Education and Training in Social work (CCETSW ) and former Executive Director of the National Centre for Independent Living.  He is a currently a freelance consultant in Disability Equality.

 

 

 

mike3.jpegMike Boyall ( from March 2005)
Ombudsman at the Financial Ombudsman Service. Qualified accountant. Former Deputy Director in the DTI. Former Official Receiver in the Insolvency Service managing and investigating Public Interest Insolvencies. Lay member of the disciplinary pool of the Actuarial Profession. Member of the Fitness to Practice Committee, General Osteopathic Council.

 

 


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