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Sir David Melville CBE


Interests


  • Higher, Further and Schools Education

  • Educational Publishing

  • Technology, Science and Innovation

  • Local Heritage

  • Think Tanks

  • Equalities

  • Sailing

Useful Information


  • Chair, Pearson Education Ltd

  • Vice-Chair, Faversham Society

  • Board Member, Policy Connect

  • Patron, Faversham Creek Trust

  • Patron, Comprehensive Future

  • Chair, All Souls Group

  • Member, Parliamentary Higher Education Commission

  • Vice-Chair, Network for Black and Asian Professionals

  • Chair, Faversham and Oare Heritage Harbour Group

  • Vice-Patron, Disabled Sailors Association

  • Contacts in Parliament and industry through All Party Parliamentary Groups and Commissions

  • Former Vice-Chancellor, University of Kent and Middlesex University

  • Former Ministerial Advisor on Further and Higher Education

  • Former Chief Executive, Further Education Funding Council and Permanent Secretary, Department for Education

  • Former Government Thames Gateway Skills Envoy and ex-officio member of Thames Gateway Strategic Partnership and Executive

  • Former member of Mayor of London's Olympic Legacy Steering Group and Chair of Mayor's Higher Education Forum

  • Former member of SE Regional Assembly and Kent Partnership Board

  • Former Vice-Chair of Kent Public Service Board

  • Former Chair of The Higher Education Statistics Agency, the Universities Vocational Awards Council, Higher Education South East, Kent and Medway Learning and Skills Council, Health Education England Kent Surrey and Sussex and NHS Kent Surrey and Sussex Postgraduate Deanery

  • Appointed CBE in 2001 and Knight Bachelor in 2007 for services to Higher and Further Education

  • Honorary Degrees from Sheffield, Derby, Middlesex, Kent, Southampton and Manchester Metropolitan Universities


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