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Chief Executives Board


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Chief Executives Board

STAPLETON, Guy (1935 - 2012), Chief Executive, Intervention Board Executive Agency (formerly Intervention Board for Agricultural Produce), 1986–95

SMITH, Alan Christopher (born 1936), Chief Executive, Test and County Cricket Board, 1987–96

PRINCE, David (born 1948), Chief Executive, The Standards Board for England, 2004–08

COLLIER, David Gordon (born 1955), Chief Executive, England and Wales Cricket Board, 2005–14

DICE, Brian Charles (born 1936), Chief Executive, British Waterways Board, 1986–96

CURTIS-THOMAS, Claire (born 1958), Chief Executive, British Board of Agrément, since 2013

SKINNER, Robert George (born 1955), Chief Executive, Lending Standards Board, since 2009

BELTON, Adrian (born 1956), Chief Executive, Construction Industry Training Board, since 2014

LOCKWOOD, Roger Graham (born 1950), Chief Executive, Northern Lighthouse Board, 2006–14

HARE, Geoffrey (1940 - 1988), marketing/management consultant; Chief Executive, Scottish Tourist Board, 1986–87

RUSSELL, Mark Kenneth (born 1974), Chief Executive, Church Army, since 2006 (Member, Board, since 2006)

HARDINGHAM, Robert (Ernest) (1903 - 1991), Chief Executive, Air Registration Board, 1947–68

SAVAGE, Anthony (1920 - 1989), Chief Executive, Intervention Board for Agricultural Produce, 1972–80

BRACK, Rodney Lee (born 1945), Chief Executive, Horserace Betting Levy Board, 1993–2005

ATKINSON, Arthur Kingsley Hall (1926 - 2009), Chief Executive, Intervention Board for Agricultural Produce, 1980–86

BARBOUR, James Jack (born 1953), Chief Executive, Lothian NHS Board, 2001–12

HOWLETT, Stephen William (born 1951), Chief Executive, Peabody Trust, since 2004 (Board Member, since 2011)

HAIDER, Michael Lawrence (1904 - 1986), Chairman of the Board, Chief Executive Officer, and Chairman of Executive Committee, Standard Oil Co. (NJ), 1965–69, retired

 

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Properly styled the U.N. System's Chief Executives Board (CEB), the CEB is a renamed (in 2000) Administrative Committee on Coordination with expanded functions and altered operational methods. Comprising the executive ...

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