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Roland Rudd becomes Chairman of Governors
Roland Rudd (1970*-79; Holmcroft) has been appointed as Chairman of Governors of Millfield Schools following the retirement of Sir John Reith. Roland takes up the role with immediate effect.
As an Old Millfieldian, former parent and Governor since 2016, Roland has had a long association with Millfield.
Roland is Chairman of Finsbury, a global strategic communications agency, which he founded in 1994. Prior to this, he worked as a financial journalist at the Financial Times, The Sunday Correspondent and The Times and was a former policy coordinator for Lord Owen. He is currently a Trustee of the Royal Opera House, Garden Bridge Trust and Speakers for Schools, Chairman of the Tate’s Corporate Advisory Group, Patron of the NSPCC and Governor of Wellington College.
Millfield Headmaster, Craig Considine, commented, “I am delighted to welcome Roland Rudd as the new Chair of Governors. The governing body undertook a lengthy selection process to identify him as the best candidate for the role and was unanimous in recommending him to the post.
“I would like to extend my thanks and best wishes to Sir John Reith who has provided support and challenge to me in equal measure over the last seven years during his leadership of the governing body.”
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