Victor Olisa QPM announced new Chair of the Board of Trustees
June 29, 2022 / 3:24 pm
This week Treloar’s CEO Ryan Campbell announced the appointment of Victor Olisa QPM, new Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Treloar Trust.
Alistair Mackintosh, Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Treloar Trust, will step down later this year at the end of his term after seven years. The Board are pleased to announce that Dr Victor Olisa QPM has been appointed to take over as Chair.
In addition the Board have appointed Win Normington CBE as Vice-Chair, a role which has been vacant for some time. This is effective immediately.
Both Win and Victor are current Trustees of Treloar’s, and also members of the Governing Body of the School and College.
Win is a retired senior civil servant who worked in a wide variety of roles in departments covering education, employment and social affairs and also in the Home Office, and latterly specialised in EU and international affairs in these fields. She has also had several non-executive roles in education including recently being Vice-Chair of the Board of the University of Winchester.
Victor is a retired senior police officer and is now a lecturer in criminal justice issues. During his police career, which began as Surrey’s first black police officer, he has spent time as Borough Commander for Haringey and was the Met’s Director of Strategic Inclusion and Diversity.
Victor said of his appointment,
I am delighted to have the support of the Board of Trustees to take over as chair and continue to build on the magnificent work that Alistair has done.
I want to thank Alistair wholeheartedly for his commendable leadership and driving the development of the strategy that puts the organisation in the strong position that it is in today.
I am excited and looking forward to working for and with all our brilliant staff and students, and together develop a strategy that allows us to build on the remarkable commitment, dedication and collaborative work that exists across the organisation. This work has allowed us to continue delivering outstanding care and teaching to all our students.
I want to thank the trustees, governors and all the senior leaders and managers for their outstanding and unwavering commitment through an incredibly challenging time in the organisation’s history.
To learn more about our Trustees and Governors visit our Who Who at Treloar’s page.