Magazine article Public Finance

Women Win out in CIPFA Council Poll

Magazine article Public Finance

Women Win out in CIPFA Council Poll

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More than one third of the contested seats on the CIPFA council are to change hands following the institute's annual elections.

Eight new faces, seven of whom are women, will join the council in June for the 2009/10 year. Four of these are new to the council, while another four have served in earlier periods.

The new faces comprise: Judith Savage, an accountant at Trafford Council; Rachel Banfield, associate dean at Leeds Metropolitan University; Alison Sweeting, interim business manager at the London Borough of Tower Hamlets; and Suzanne Jones, regional finance and corporate services manager at the Environment Agency.

Those back on the council for 2009/10 after aperiod of absence are: Carole Mills-Evans, deputy chief executive at Nottingham City Council; Jaki Salisbury, interim chief executive at Central Bedfordshire Council; Alan Edwards, chair of Royal Wolverhampton Hospitals NHS Trust; and Jane Cuthbertson, assistant manager at KPMG. …

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