Dame Ann Limb

Liverpool Leaders with Dame Ann Limb - Chair of the City & Guilds of London

5:00pm - 6:00pm / Thursday 14th September 2023
Type: Webinar / Category: Department
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We’re delighted to announce the next speaker in our Liverpool Leaders series will be Dame Ann Limb DBE CBE DL FCG (BA Hons French 1975). Ann is the former Chair of The Scouts - the first woman to be elected as Chair of Trustees in the movement’s 108 year history and current Chair of the City & Guilds of London Institute.

Ann was also Group Chief Executive and main board director of the University Industry (Ufi Ltd), responsible, at senior civil servant level, for the successful implementation of the UK government’s flagship e-learning initiative learndirect as well as the development of other nationwide e-services through the UK online and Directgov programmes.

Ann continues to hold a number of public and private sector non-executive directorships and is Deputy Lieutenant for the county of Buckinghamshire, where she has been based since 1986. In the 2011 Queen’s Birthday Honours list, Ann was appointed OBE for public service and services to education; in the 2015 Queen’s Birthday Honours list, she was awarded a CBE for public and political services and in 2022 she received a damehood for her services to young people and philanthropy.

Join us for what promises to be a fascinating insight into Ann’s career since she graduated in 1975, with guests able to ask Ann questions about her experiences.