New appointments this week in UK politics, civil service and public affairs
Dods People draws together a list of last week's appointments in Westminster politics, all the devolved administrations and the public affairs sector.
Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy
Insolvency Service - Richard Oirschot, Mary Chapman and William Trower appointed as Non-executive Directors.
Department of Health
Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency – Michael Rawlins reappointed as Chair.
Department for Digital, Culture, Media & Sport
Royal Museums Greenwich - Joyce Bridges, Carol Marlow, Eric Reynolds and Gerald Russell reappointed as Trustees.
Sport Wales – Pippa Britton appointed as Vice-chair, and Ashok Ahir, Ian Bancroft, Christian Malcolm and Alison Thorne as members of the board.
Scottish Human Rights Commission – Jane-Claire Judson to become a part-time member from September, replacing Matt Smith.
New Payment System Operator – Melanie Johnson appointed as Chair.
Drax – Clare Harbord joins as Executive Director of Corporate Affairs.
Premier League – Emma Wilkinson to replace Dan Johnson as Director of Communications.
Cicero Group – Peter Murray appointed as the first Director of Corporate Affairs.
Quiller – Jonathan Chandler to replace Howell James as Chief Executive.
Shelter – Ros Micklem to become Chair.
Dame Kelly Holmes Trust – Gail Scott-Spicer to become Chief Executive on 4th September.
Openhouse – David McAuley to become Chief Executive.
Victim Support Scotland – Kate Wallace appointed as Chief Executive.
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