Our network is growing: welcome to our new Fellows

by Oct 9, 2020Connecting our communities

We are thrilled to be able to celebrate the contributions of those who passionately advocate for technical, vocational and lifelong education.

Fellowship of the City & Guilds of London Institute is a prestigious honour, recognising individuals who have demonstrated outstanding professional and personal achievements in skills development and workplace training.

Welcome to the new Fellows who are joining the network in 2020. We hope to be able to celebrate with you all in the near future!

Sharon Allen OBE FCGI
Sharon Allen OBE FCGI
CEO, Arthur Rank Hospice Charity
Alberto Crisci MBE FCGI
Founder, The Clink
Lord Curry of Kirkharle CBE FCGI
Michele Dix FCGI
Michèle Dix CBE FCGI
Managing Director, Crossrail 2
Professor Danielle George MBE FCGI
Associate Dean for Teaching and Learning, University of Manchester
Mae Ho
Madam Mae Ho FCGI
Director, Berjaya TVET College, Malaysia
Jurgen Maier FCGI
Professor Jürgen Maier CBE FCGI
Former Managing Director, Siemens plc
Ricky McMenemy
Ricky McMenemy FCGI, Managing Director, Rules Restaurant
Anas Sarwar FCGI
Member of Scottish Parliament
Kevin Satchwell FCGI
Sir Kevin Satchwell FCGI
Head, Thomas Telford School and Executive Advisor, Thomas Telford Multi Academy Trust
Peter Taylor FCGI
Peter Taylor FCGI, Director, The Goldsmiths’ Centre
Lord David Willetts FCGI
Lord David Willetts PC FRS FCGI
Life Peer, House of Lords

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