04/03/2015

Chairperson Appointed To New Education Authority

A Chairperson has been appointed to the new Education Authority.

Sharon O'Connor will take up the post when it is formally established on 1 April.

Ms O'Connor has over 20 years' experience as a Chartered Director, Non-Executive Director, Vice Chair, Committee Chair and Board Member, and in 2009/10 was the Institute of Directors, Public Sector Director of the Year.
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Ms O'Connor has been Chief Executive of Derry City Council since 2011. Her contract with Derry City Council terminates on 31 March 2015.

(CD/JP)

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