Dukes have launched a new Education Advisory Board (EAB). A true representation of the great and the good in education today...William Russell, Deputy Chair and Trustee of the incredible Place2Be initiative which supports mental health in schools. The EAB will provide thought-leadership, guide innovation, and promote best practice.
Last Monday, alongside my fellow aldermen Peter Estlin and William Russell, I was delighted to host an audience of some 220 chief executives and senior leaders from across the City of London at the Mansion House. Together, we launched a new groundbreaking multi-year strategy of the Lord Mayor’s Appeal: “A Better City for All”...The City wants us to focus on four key areas: to build a City that is inclusive, healthy, skilled, and fair – with the overall aim of making the capital a better place to work and live. For the first time, three charities – Place2Be, OnSide Youth Zones. and Samaritans – will come together in a partnership to work with the Lord Mayor’s Appeal.