Elizabeth Vallance

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"Elizabeth Vallance began her professional career teaching political philosophy at London University, becoming head of the department of politics at Queen Mary College where she was subsequently a Visiting Professor and is now an Honorary Fellow. She has written widely on political theory, social policy, corporate governance and business ethics.

"She has been Chairman of St George's Healthcare NHS Trust, of the Ministerial Advisory Committee on Clinical Excellence Awards and of the Institute of Education, University of London (where she is also a Fellow). In addition to chairing the board of I CAN, she is Chairman of the Centre for Mental Health and of CEDR, the centre for alternative dispute resolution.

"She is a Sloan Fellow of the London Business School and has sat on the boards of HMV Group, Norwich Union plc, CGNU plc and Aviva plc and was a non-executive director of Charter European Trust plc and of The Medical Protection Society. She was a presiding magistrate on the Inner London Bench for 18 years and, in 2006, was appointed by the prime minister as a member of the Committee on Standards in Public Life. In 2008-9, she was High Sheriff of Greater London."[1]


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  1. Who, I CAN, accessed June 4, 2015.