Board of Directors

Susan Johnsonsusan

Susan joined Durham University Council as a lay member on 1 August 2010 and is a member of the Nominations Committee and the Audit Committee, and Chairs St Aidan’s College Council. She is a co-opted lay member of the Diversity and Equality Group. In January 2015 Susan was appointed as an Equality and Human Rights Commissioner.

Susan has recently retired as Chief Executive at County Durham and Darlington Fire and Rescue Service. Her appointment in 2005 meant Susan was the first woman and non-uniformed chief executive to lead a Fire and Rescue Service in the United Kingdom, overseeing a budget of over £30million and almost 700 employees

 

Professor John Mawson

johnProfessor John Mawson is Director of the Institute for Local Governance which is a North East research and knowledge transfer partnership between the region’s 5 Universities, 12 Unitary Councils and other key public bodies including ONE North East, the Strategic Health, Police and Fire Authorities.

He has a multidisciplinary professional and academic background having worked as a town planner for Strathclyde Regional Council and subsequently as Director of Economic Development at West Midlands County Council and Chief Executive of the West Midlands Enterprise Board, a local authority controlled venture capital institution.

 

Mike Clarkmike

Mike is Chairman of the board at FES (Future Energy Supply), a community energy company established in the NE of England providing gas and electricity to domestic customers.

Mike also works as Development Director at Dysart Developments and is responsible for identifying development opportunities, joint ventures and partnerships. Up until February 2016 Mike chaired the board at Thirteen Housing Group. Mike has also previously chaired the YHNE steering group.

 

Monica Burns

monicaMonica has been the External Affairs Manager in the North East and Cumbria for the National Housing Federation for the last 10 years. This position involves promoting the work of Housing Associations both regionally and nationally and ensuring that emerging policy represents the issues in the North East.

Prior to this Monica worked as a Rural Housing Enabler working with local communities, Local Authorities and Government to ensure rural development to create sustainable communities. Monica was involved in establishing one of the first Community Development Trusts and led on their housing scheme.

Monica has also worked for a number of local authorities in senior management including Lewisham, Lambeth, Kirklees and Edinburgh. During this time Monica managed area offices delivering a wide range and housing management and development to various estates.

 

David Jacksondavid

David has over 25 years of experience starting and growing businesses, a seasoned sales professional with an outstanding record in generating sales, opening up new markets and sectors, and building effective strategic partnerships beneficial to all parties.

 

Caroline Moore

Caroline Moore is People Director for Sage UK & Ireland.  Sage have almost 2,800 colleagues across UKI and 13,000 globally in 23 locations. Caroline has over 15 years Generalist HR experience across predominately Tech and Financial Services Sectors.

In her current role at Sage she is accountable for the development and delivery of the people strategy across the UK & Ireland.

 

 

James Armstrong

James Armstrong is an Associate in the Real Estate Team at Muckle. James has extensive experience advising variety of charitable bodies on all aspects of real estate law, including the disposal and acquisition of property and leasehold premises.

James is also a trustee/director of a substantial local arts festival charity which operates across the entire North East. It’s an experience that gives him a real insight into the challenges facing those working in the sector.

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