The Tech Partnership

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Digital skills are a whole economy issue which none of us can address on our own, but working collectively, we make a real difference at national level.

Phil Smith, Chair of the Tech Partnership and of Cisco UK

New Tech Partnership Board members appointed

25.04.2017

New Tech Partnership Board members appointed

25.04.2017

We are delighted to announce the strengthening of the Tech Partnership’s Employer Boards with seven new members:

  • Doug Gurr, UK Country Manager at Amazon
  • Monique Shivanandan, Group Chief Information Officer, Aviva
  • Nick Wilson, Senior Vice President & General Manager, DXC Technology UK & Ireland
  • Sarah Wilkinson, Chief Digital, Data and Technology Officer, Home Office
  • Angus McCallum, Chief Information Officer, Metropolitan Police Service
  • Cindy Rose, Chief Executive Officer, Microsoft UK
  • Neil Pearce, Group Chief Information Officer, Travis Perkins

Board members act collectively for the good of all, providing leadership for the Tech Partnership’s mission of developing the digital capability the UK needs.

"Our Boards bring together the highest calibre leaders from diverse companies right across the economy" says Phil Smith, Chair of the Tech Partnership and Chair of Cisco UK. "Digital skills are a whole economy issue which none of us can address on our own, but working collectively, we make a real difference at national level." 

The Tech Partnership’s network of over 1,000 employers spearheads the digital skills agenda for the UK, inspiring new talent, raising quality in education and training, and leading the national drive for basic digital skills for all.

A full list of board members is available here

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