• Professor Tim Wheeler – Business Member and Chair of the Governing Body

    Tim was appointed the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Chester in 2005 from which he retired in 2020. He was educated at the University College of North Wales, Bangor. During his career, he has held posts at universities in England, Ireland and Scotland, and a period as a Senior Visiting…

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  • Marjorie Thomson – Community Member and Vice Chair of the Governing Body

    Marjorie has worked in the field of education for over 35 years. Initially as a primary school teacher, then as a Head Teacher and latterly as an associate tutor/link tutor for both the University of Chester and University of Cumbria. Marjorie has built and maintained strong relationships with her community…

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  • Yana Williams – Chief Executive

    Yana Williams became Chief Executive of Coleg Cambria on January 2020. She was educated at both primary and secondary school level in Mold, and completed her A level studies at the former Deeside College. An alumnus of Cardiff Metropolitan University, her first teaching role was at Knowsley Community College in…

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  • Rachel Clacher – Business Member

    Rachel is the Co-founder and Director of Moneypenny, the world market leader in telephone answering and outsourced reception services. From a standing start in 2000, with her brother Edward and a mere £10,000 investment, today the company looks after ten million calls a year on behalf of over 8,000 businesses…

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  • Martina Davies – Governor

    Martina has been involved in the Education sector in various roles since 2014 when she became a Governor at a primary school in Flintshire and currently holds the position of Vice Chair. She has also been a member of the Wrexham Education Services School Appeals Panel for 5 years and…

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  • His Honour Roger Dutton DL

    Judge Dutton was appointed the Resident and SeniorJudge at Chester Crown Court in 2016 and he also became the Honorary Recorder of the City of Chester. In 2010 he was appointed the Chancellor and Consistory Court Judge for the Diocese of St Asaph. After 44 years in law, he retired…

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