Boston College's Governing Body is made up of a group of people from a variety of different sectors of the local community as well as College staff members and current students.
The College Governors make an important contribution to the life of the College and its students, helping to ensure that it is well run and meeting the needs of the local community.
Peter Cropley, Chair of Corporation
Retired Solicitor and Insolvency Practitioner
Nick Worth, Vice-Chair of the Corporation
South Holland District Councillor
Former Group Technical Director, Bakkavor
Ann was born in Stockport and has moved around the UK with work, settling in Spalding in 2002. Ann studies with the Open University and was Group Technical Director of Bakkavor before retiring. She is a member of the BOD of Marel and does consultancy in the Food Industry.
Ann is a keen equestrian and has represented Great Britain at the Icelandic Horse World Championships. She is also a supporter of Farm Africa, helping African farmers build sustainable businesses.
Ann is the Vice-Chair of the Audit Committee and Vice-Chair of the Search and Governance Committee
Director, Bulley Davey Chartered Accountants
Andy is a Director at Bulley Davey Accountants, heading up their Spalding Office. Having lived in the area his entire life, Andy attended Spalding Grammar School. before ultimately gaining his degree in Accounting and Finance and qualifying as a Chartered Accountant in 1997. In his spare time Andy is a keen golfer and avid football fan.
Andy is the Chair of the Audit Committee.
General Manager, Mastenbroek
Born in Boston and attended Queen Elizabeth's Grammar School, Horncastle followed by a HND in Business Studies at the then Sheffield Polytechnic. Chris is now the General Manager for the Boston based engineering and manufacturing business Mastenbroek Ltd, he has a keen interest in seeing the next generation of engineers and technicians trained with the necessary skills for a high skills Lincolnshire economy.
Director of Governance and Operations at C.I.T
Daran is the Director of Governance and Operations for the Community Inclusive Trust, an education multi-academy Trust with 14 Lincolnshire based schools. Daran has previously been the Executive Head Teacher of three local special schools, one of which was John Fielding Special School in Boston. He was born in North London and relocated to Lincolnshire in 2002.
Daran is the chair of the Standards Committee, with a keen interest in the curriculum offer and outcomes for all students across the College.
Parkinson Harness Technology
Chief Exec at Lincs Community and Voluntary Service
Regional Construction Manager (Central and London), Design, Construction and Delivery - Property Division Sainsbury's Supermarkets Ltd
Head of Human Resources, Lincolnshire Co-op
Heather is Head of Human Resources for Lincolnshire Co-op, a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development and has built a profession career in Human Resources and Learning & Development including FTSE 100 companies. Heather has a degree in Economics from the University of York and also an MBA.
Heather is Lincolnshire born and bred and has a range of experience as a Secondary School Governor, Chair of Governors, charity Trustee and was a founding member of the Greater Lincolnshire Employment and Skills Board, representing the business community and the GLLEP on the Area Review for Lincolnshire.
Heather is a member of the both Audit Committee and the Search and and Governance Committee.
Senior Talent and Learning Advisor at Lincolnshire County Council
Helen was born in Nottinghamshire and moved to the Boston area in 2000. Qualified for over 15 years in HR and L&D and 20 years in Management, Helen is also an elected member of the Chartered Institute of Housing and the Institute of Training and Occupational Learning as well as an ACCAS qualified mediator.
Helen is a member of the Standard Committee.
Boston College Assistant Principal: Performance and Quality
Kelly is Boston College's Assistant Principal: Performance and Quality, but has previously worked at the College in a range of roles during her employment, including Curriculum Leader for Accounting, Business and Travel and Tourism. She started as an assessor in early years, and has also been a lecturer, tutor and coordinator and taught from Level 1 to adult learners.
Managing Director, Davis Worldwide Ltd
Bio and photo coming soon
Boston College Health and Social Lecturer
After gaining her HNC at Boston College in 1992, Ruth begin her career in the Health and Social Care industry as a support worker working her way up to care manager specalising with working with service users with learning disabilities and acquired brain injuries. She then went on to become a National Training Manager, writing and delivering bespoke care training across the sector. Before coming back to Boston College in 2011 as a member of staff to pass on her industry knowledge.
More recently Ruth has had 18 months working with people in palliative care and supporting them (and their families) at end of life.
Ruth is passionate about learning and wants to ensure learners at Boston College are receiving first class education.
Ruth is a member of the Standards Committee.
Chief Operating Officer - East Locality NHS Lincolnshire CCG
If you would like to contact the Chair of Corporation, you can do so by contacting: c/o Clerk to the Corporation, Boston College, Skirbeck Road, Boston, PE21 6LF