Dorothy Dalton is a leading expert on governance who has written several books on the subject. She was editor of Governance: essential information for effective trustees from July 2005 to January 2016.
With a ‘first’ in mathematics, Dorothy, a former Headteacher, was chief executive of ACEVO, the association of chief executives of voluntary organisation from 1992 to 2000. She is currently chair of trustees at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Charity. She has been a trustee of many charities including Marie Curie and has been chair of governors of the Petchey Academy in Hackney, chair of trustees of the Journey of a Lifetime Trust (JoLt) and chair of governors of Orley Farm School Trust. From 2000 to 2003 she was a non-executive director of the Inland Revenue. She was a fellow of the Leadership Trust Foundation and of International Students House. She is a life fellow of the RSA. She founded the Journey of a Lifetime Trust (JoLt), the Network of Women Chairs, and Groundbreakers: Voluntary sector women leaders.
Dorothy was awarded the Leonard Cheshire Lifetime Achievement Award for enabling disabled people. She was nominated for the 1995 UK Woman of Europe Award for her work in the Voluntary Sector and she is an Honorary Life Member of ACEVO.
Dorothy has a passion for travel. During her spare time, from 1983 to 2010, Dorothy organised and led month-long challenging expeditions for disabled and disadvantaged teenagers to remote corners of the world. She continues to participates in other expeditions (many of which she organises herself) including crossing the Bayuda Desert by camel, and canoeing, kayaking and white-water rafting the Zambezi between Zimbabwe and Zambia.
Publications written by Dorothy:
• Financial Governance: a gentle guide for the non-financial charity trustee
• Good Governance: a practical guide for trustees, chairs and CEOs
• Recruiting a New Chief Executive: a guide for chairs and trustees
• The Board’s Responsibility for Appraising the Chief Executive
• Good Governance: The Chair’s Role
• Good Governance: The Chief Executive’s Role
Lindsay Driscoll is a charity law and governance expert, currently working as a consultant at Bates Wells and Braithwaite. She was a Charity Commissioner and in 2009 was named as chair of the steering group for the Code of Good Governance and chair of the independent expert group drawing up guidance for the sector about expenses disclosure.
Driscoll graduated from Oxford University with Jurisprudence, and went on to qualify as a solicitor at a City of London firm. She has over 30 years of experience in charity law and governance, including acting as assistant registrar general and lecturer at the Post-Graduate school of Law in Kenya.
She spent eight years at the NCVO, latterly as head of the legal and governance department, and went on to become a partner at Sinclair Taylor and Martin, working internationally to provide technical assistance and training on NGO law.
She has been a member of the executive committee of the Charity Law Association and is currently on the board of Dance United, the International Center for Not-for-Profit Law, a community foundation and a small theatre company.
With twenty years’ experience of working in the sector, Anne was head of NCVO’s governance and leadership team until 2011 when she launched her own consultancy service, Anne Moynihan Consulting.
She has worked extensively within Citizens Advice – from managing a CAB to being a member of the senior management team of the national organisation.
Anne is a member of the steering group for the sector’s Code of Good Governance, a member of the Charity Law Association and was a board member of Trustees Unlimited.
I now feel more confident that my charity is functioning well and have taken dozens of tips and ideas away for doing even better
An extremely useful course with excellent materials
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