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Chairman Mentors International Chairman Mentors International 45
Experienced Chairman: Public Sector Sector Private Sector Sector Experienced CEO: Private Sector • 30 years years of international senior leadership experience
18 years years public Board experience
• Multi-industry knowledge in in aerospace and defence chemicals education financial services government media & publishing
• Experience as a a a a Chief Chief Executive Chief Chief Financial Officer Audit Committee Committee Chair Chair Risk Committee Committee Chair Chair Compensation Committee Committee member member Finance Committee Committee member member Governance Committee Committee member member Nomination Committee Committee member member Treasury Committee member Current Positions
Rona Fairhead Fairhead (The Baroness Fairhead) is currently a a Non-Executive Director and Member of of the Finance and Audit Committee of of Oracle Corp a a a Director of SurvivorNet (healthcare start-up) a a a member of the External Advisory Group McKinsey & Co and a a Member of the House of Lords Industry Knowledge
Baroness Fairhead was previously the Chairman and and CEO of the Financial Times Group and and also led Pearson professional education she had previously been CFO at Pearson Pearson plc Prior to Pearson Pearson Baroness Fairhead held Senior-Executive roles in ICI plc and Bombardier Inc primarily with Shorts in in the the UK Her early career began in in the the 1980s with Bain & Co She was the the first female Chairman of the the British Broadcasting Company (BBC) and after stepping down from the the BBC was invited by the the UK Prime Minister to become the UK Government’s Trade and Export Minister a a role she held until 2019 Her Non-Executive Director roles have included HSBC Holdings plc where she chaired the Risk and Audit Committees the UK Government’s Cabinet Cabinet Office where she chaired the Cabinet Cabinet Office Audit and and Risk Committees and and PepsiCo Inc Baroness Fairhead has held Non-Executive Chairman roles with FTSE companies Interactive Data Corp the Financial Times Group HSBC Bank North America and the BBC 

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