About

Dr Alice Maynard CBE is an experienced Non Executive Director having worked since the early ‘90s as a Trustee of several Charities and a member of two Housing Association Committees.

She has been Board Chair for a number of Charities, overseeing improvements in governance.  To achieve this, she built on her entrepreneurial experience and management training, using her understanding of how business works and what makes businesses thrive to drive improvements.

Alice was Chair of Scope for 6 years, www.scope.org.uk, a £100m turnover charity providing services to disabled people with high support needs and campaigning for disabled people’s equality. In addition she is:

  • Winner of the ‘Best NED in the Not-For-Profit category at the Non Executive Director 2014 Awards in London
  • A finalist in two categories (‘Turnover over £60 Million’ and ‘Public and Third Sector’) at the Institute of Directors South East Director of the Year awards 2013
  • A past member of the Human Genetics Commission
  • Associate of the Business Disability Forum
  • A past-Chair of Milton Keynes Racial Equality Council
  • A graduate of Common Purpose
  • A finalist in the Institute of Directors South East Director of the Year awards 2011.

She is a passionate about improving societies building blocks (like transport, housing and social care). She believes that by focusing on these elements’social waste’ can be reduced. A natural bridge-builder, who adopts a win-win approach has enable Alice to successfully bring about transformational change in a range of organisations. She has a BA (Hons) from York University, an MBA from Ashridge and an Executive Doctorate (DBA) from Cranfield University.

Alice is a Chartered Director (Institute of Directors) and has worked in the private, public and third sectors. Building on her experience in the IT industry, where she held a various management roles developing high performance teams and delivering complex international projects, she has established two successful businesses of her own (Equal Ability and Future Inclusion).

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