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|05 October 2011|
Talent from the world of sport, the arts, finance and law join NNUH board
The trio has been appointed as non-executive directors by the Council of Governors of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, with effect from 1 November 2011.
Matthew Fleming is a former soldier, a professional cricketer who captained Kent and played for England, a Director in the family firm, Fleming Family and Partners, and is also a Governor at Ormiston Victory Academy in Costessey.
Angela Robson is a chartered accountant who has worked with J P Morgan and Goldman Sachs and is now Deputy Principal of Norwich University College of the Arts. Mrs Robson is a Governor of Open Academy Heartsease and Chair of Norfolk Showground Ltd. and a trustee of the Theatre Royal.
Mark Jeffries is a solicitor and the senior partner at Mills & Reeve, a leading firm of solicitors. Mr Jeffries is also a director of the Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership and a trustee of the Norfolk Community Foundation.
Chairman David Prior said: I am delighted our Governors have appointed Matthew, Angela and Mark. They bring strong complementary skills to our Board, have all had successful professional careers, and all hold a strong commitment to the local community.
The new non-executive directors will receive a remuneration of £12,500 a year.