Staffline Group appoints non-executive director
Dame Christine Braddock has over thirty years' experience in Senior Leadership of Further Education organisations and has worked within the Probation Service, Home Office and Private Sector Colleges. During that time she has held roles including Senior Education and Training Adviser for the Home Office, and Principal and Chief Executive of Birmingham Metropolitan College.
Braddock was awarded a CBE for service to Further Education and a DBE for services to the business and education community in the 2013 New Years' Honours list. She was the first public sector person appointed to be the president of the Greater Birmingham Chamber of Commerce and was the first woman to be appointed to the Greater Birmingham and Solihull LEP Board.
She has held a number of appointments at local Regional and National Level including Chair of the Education and Skill Engineering UK and Director of the Quality Improvement Agency and has been a West Midlands council member of the CBI and Aston University for the last ten years.
Andy Hogarth, chief executive of Staffline, commented, "Further to our previous announcement that we are searching for two new Independent directors, I am delighted to announce the appointment of Dame Christine Braddock to Staffline's board. Her considerable experience and knowledge will be of great importance to Staffline as we continue to expand our interests in the Welfare to Work, Skills and Training sectors.
"We look forward to working closely with Christine as we continue to actively pursue a number of medium term growth initiatives."