Janet Probert is Chief Officer for the Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby Clinical Commissioning Group. She is a qualified nurse practitioner with a BSc (1985) and an MBA (1996).
Janet is an innovative strategic leader with a strong track record of delivery in a range of health care settings, including commissioning and provision of services in acute, community and mental health settings. She leads and delivers organisational and system change in complex, challenging environments with passion, humour and sharp, analytical ability. A strategic thinker, Janet is able to translate policy into deliverable plans and to achieve desired outcomes through diverse teams. She is an enthusiastic and highly motivated system leader with strong networks; inspiring communicator; credible at all levels and across a range of healthcare settings.
Janet is currently Chair of Governors of Trinity Academy Eppleby Forcett and Middleton Tyas Primary Schools. She took on the role of Chair at Trinity Academy Richmond in May 2016 to support the school.
Skills: Business Management, Strategic Leadership
Dawn Gilderoy is a University of the First Age National Manager, she’s been involved with UFA since 2002, initially at local authority and subsequently at a national level. She developed and implemented multi-agency working across a Local Authority area ensuring barriers to fulfilling potential for children, young people and their families were removed. She has influenced national strategy through working for the Department for Education and Child Poverty Unit.She likes to run (fast walking in reality), watch sport, mainly tennis and football and is an avid Sunderland fan.
Her role at UFA as National Development Manager is to support schools and other organisations to engage with UFA Leadership programmes through consultancy, action planning, training and critical friendship.
She loves developing new ways of working with young people and adults so that they experience exciting learning that makes a real difference to them.
She has been a school governor since 2014 and took on the role of EF/MT Vice chair 12 months ago. She says “It is a joy to be involved with schools which are so committed to supporting their pupils to, love learning, develop positive relationships and flourish”.
Tina Reid is a new parent Governor, she has a son already at our schools and her youngest will be joining our Eppleby Early Years Setting shortly. This is Tina’s first role as a Governor but she brings to us commercial leadership and coaching skills. Tina graduated with a First Class Honours Degree from Teeside University back in 2003 and later completed a PG Certificate in Executive Coaching. She is currently in the process of getting Fellow Chartered status with the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development. Tina spent 10 years at Sage Group Plc in Newcastle where she operated in a European HR role and is currently operating as a Head of HR for a Leaderships Consulting and Executive Search business for the Public Sector, of which Education is a key practice. Tina says “I am passionate about personal growth, and every child realising and fulfilling their potential”.
Ian Walton is a Churchwarden at Forcett. After a career in the health service, he is now a volunteer with Cruse Bereavement Care. He has been a governor initially at Eppleby Forcett since 2012. As well as being a Foundation Governor, he is the link for Special Educational Needs.”