Latest civil service & public affairs moves — April 23
New appointments in the civil service, UK politics, and public affairs, via our colleagues at Dods People
- Whips’ Office – Craig Whittaker became vice-chamberlain of HM Household (Government Whip).
- Department for Work and Pensions – Emma Haddad became director general for service excellence, John-Paul Marks became directorn general for work and health services.
- Foreign and Commonwealth Office – Simon Mustard has been appointed British High Commissioner to the Republic of Sierra Leone. Alison Blake has been appointed Her Majesty’s Ambassador to the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
- Ministry of Justice: Legal Services Board – Catherine Brown, Tim Sawyer and Ian Hamer named as lay members, Jemima Coleman and Michael Smyth reappointed as board members and Catherine Seddon reappointed as a lay members.
- Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government: Homes England – Lou Downe appointed as director of service design and transformation.
- Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy: UK Space Agency Steering Board – Sally Howes named as chair, replacing David Southwood.
Northern Ireland Civil Service: Northern Ireland Authority for Utility Regulation – David de Casseres and Claire Williams appointed to the board.
- Luton Council – Robin Porter to become chief executive on 6 May.
- Scarborough Council – Michael Greene set to be appointed as chief executive, beginning in August.
- British Liver Trust – Pamela Healy appointed as chief executive.
- Human Appeal – Mohamed Ashmawey appointed as chief executive.
- Public Affairs Board – George McGregor and Emma Petela became co-chairs, replacing Paul Bristow. Cathy Owens and Paul Church to become vice-chairs.
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