Wales Power List 2002: Sh - SM

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SHEEHAN, Gerald Deputy Master chief executive of the Royal Mint, Llantrisant, which makes all Britains coinage. Post carries 125,000 p. a. salary. Took over in December 2001 from Roger Holmes, who held the post for eight years. Formerly: operations director with steel producer Allied Steel and Wire 1999-01. Early career was spent with British Steel Stainless; joined the ASW group in 1979, initially working in various management roles with Tremorfa Steel Works TSW; a director of ASW Holdings plc since 1996 Born 1950 Educ; Harvard Business School Advanced Management Programme graduate; Contact The Royal Mint, Llantrisant, Pontyclun CF72 8YT Tel 01443 222111 SHEPHERD, Jonathan Paul Professor of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery/Consultant Surgeon, University of Wales College of Medicine, since 1991; head of department Born 25/09/49 Plymouth Spouse/ptnr Daphne Children Henry 18, Sam 16, Iona 14 and Huw 12 Educ Bideford Grammar School; University of London Kings College Hospital; University of Oxford Wolfson College; DDSc Wales; PhD Bristol; MSc Oxford; FDSRCS England; Hon FDS Edinburgh; FFAEM England; Hon FFPHM Royal College of Physicians Other info/interests Industrial Heritage of Wales; ironmaking; tennis; bell ringing. Royal Colleges of Surgeons of England and Edinburgh;

Royal College of Physicians of London; Trevithick Society Contact Department of Oral Surgery, Medicine and Pathology, University of Wales College of Medicine, Heath Park, Cardiff CF14 4XY Tel 029 20742442 E-mail Shepherdjp@cardiff. ac. uk SHERLOCK, Ceri Creative director, IE ideas Ltd. Responsible for creating and developing ideas in arts and culture. Creative digital consultant. Earned the title Arts Tsar when appointed specialist arts advisor to the National Assembly for Wales, contributing to A Culture in Common a review of culture and the arts. Previously: assistant director to Jonathan Miller, Peter Stein, and Ruth Berghaus; lecturer in drama, UW Aberystwyth; artistic director of a London-based actors touring company; Judith E Wilson Fellow, University of Cambridge and Fellow of Churchill College; TV writer and director Born 10/03/58 Glanamman, Carms Educ Llandovery College; University of London, Kings College; University of London, Institute of Education; University of California, Los Angeles Fulbright Scholar; B.D. , AKC. , PGCE. , FRSA; Fellow Commoner of Churchill College, Cambridge; Senior Visiting Fellow Queen Margaret College, Edinburgh Other info/interests Contemporary classical music; jazz; Latin America culture, politics and people; collector of contemporary art; watching rugby; architecture and British politics; Wales, its distinctiveness, diversity and emergent self-identity Directors and Writers Guilds of Great Britain Contact IE ideas Ltd. , 1-2 Mount Stuart Square, Cardiff Bay CF10 5EE Tel 029 20417306 Fax 029 20417307 E-mail ceri. sherlock@btinternet. com SHORT, Cherry Commissioner, Commission for Racial Equality; Cardiff County Councillor Labour, Canton ward. Recently returned form a year-long sabbatical in the USA. Took the break from her work in the probation service she was the first black female probation officer in Wales to research and compare race relations. In 1996 she became the first Afro-Caribbean woman appointed by then Secretary of State for Wales, William Hague to sit on industrial tribunals in Wales. Stood as the only ethnic minority candidate in the 1999 National Assembly elections, contesting the traditional Conservative constituency of Monmouth for Labour Born Jamaica, brought up in Wales from 8 yrs Contact 56, Redbrink Crescent, Barry Island, Barry CF62 5TU Tel 01446 742402 Fax 01446 747662 SHORTRIDGE, Jon Deacon Permanent Secretary, National Assembly for Wales, since 1999. Has overall responsibility for the functions and officials of the Assembly and provision of policy advice to AMs and the Cabinet. He is accounting officer for the Assembly's resources, and responsible for overseeing: the Cabinet Executive; the Clerk to the Assembly; the Commission on the Review of the Electoral System for Local Government in Wales; the Counsel General;

economic affairs, transport, planning & environment; the Finance Group; the Personnel, Management & Business Services Group; the Research & Development Group;

social policy and local government affairs Born 10/04/47 Bognor Regis Spouse/ptnr Diana Children Clare (25), James (22) Educ; St Edmund Hall, Oxford; Edinburgh University; MA in philosophy, politics, economics; MSc in urban design and regional planning Other info/interests Tennis and sailing Contact National Assembly for Wales, Cardiff Bay CF99 1NA Tel 029 20823289 E-mail jon. …