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Trust Governance

Our Members

Welcome to our Members

Margaret Campbell - Chair 

Margaret was a Food Technology Teacher (BEd Hons) in secondary schools for many years and has more recently served as a Governor for 8 years, becoming Vice-Chair and Chair. In her role as Chair, Margaret was extensively involved in the decision to join a MAT, the search for a suitable match, and the subsequent transition to SHARE MAT. 

Emma Lewis 

Emma is MD of a geotechnical services business, based in Shelley, but with offices opening up nationwide. She is a founding shareholder and director of the business, having graduated from University in 2003 with a Bachelor of Laws and spending 3 years in banking. The business specialises in ground investigation and geo-environmental engineering, and Emma’s role is to drive the strategy and development of the business whilst supporting the managers in the business.

Andrew Kent 

Andrew has a background in Government and public service organisations having been a National Director implementing service improvement and redesign programmes.  Andrew has an MSc in Healthcare Improvement Leadership and supports Multi Academy Trusts, education, health and care organisations to develop, deliver and implement dynamic governance and inspirational leadership strategies that are fit for purpose and provide value for money.

Our Board of Directors

SHARE Multi-Academy Trust has a Strategic Board of Directors whose combined skills offer a wealth of experience and knowledge to ensure the Trust remains true to its aims and objectives, and complies with all statutory obligations as prescribed by the DfE, ESFA and The Charity Commission.

Welcome to our Board of Directors

Mark Day 

Mark works for an international liquid packaging and processing company and has been involved in operational, change and strategic roles. He is currently responsible for driving forward part of the business globally.

Mark lives together with his partner and their two children in Cleckheaton and was previously involved as a school governor for over six years.

Mike Dunkley 

Michael has over 25 years’ experience working in treasury and financial risk at the head offices of three UK building societies and a bank. Michael has an MBA and is a Fellow of ACCA.

Michael is also a member of the SHARE MAT Audit & Risk Assurance Committee; bringing to the trust significant experience and expertise in this area.

Jonathan Glazzard 

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Naveed Javaid 

Naveed has worked as a Strategy Consultant in London since 2015, after graduating from the University of Oxford with a Economics & Management degree.

He has local roots, being an alum of one the Trust schools – Royds Hall Secondary School. Naveed is passionate about education and the role it plays in social mobility, acting as an adviser to schools in Huddersfield and London on their high achievers strategy as well as acting as a mentor - aiming to encourage pupils from underrepresented backgrounds to aspire to academically challenging universities​. Naveed also works with the University of Oxford on their access and admissions policy, helping putting forward an evidence-based case for access activity.

Outside of his professional career, Naveed is a big Liverpool fan. He can be seen at Anfield on Champions League nights - one highlight being witnessing Liverpool beat Barcelona 4-0 en-route to their sixth European Cup!

 Jeanne Keay

Jeanne has a wealth of experience in education, gained as a teacher in secondary schools and as a lecturer and senior leader in higher education. She has a PhD in Education and her research and publications have focused on continuing professional development. She is currently a Professor and Pro Vice Chancellor at Leeds Beckett University.

 Andrew Kent

Andrew has a background of working in government and public service organisations having been a National Director implementing service improvement and redesign programmes. He now supports multi-academy trusts, education, health and care organisations to develop, deliver and implement dynamic governance and inspirational leadership strategies that are fit for purpose and provide value for money. 

John McNally  

John is the CEO of SHARE Multi-Academy Trust. He has over 17 years of experience as a senior leader in schools, including two leaderships; he is a National Leader of Education and a registered OFSTED Inspector.

John has an MBA in Educational Management and has industry experience prior to starting his career in education. He has taught in secondary schools and has enjoyed learning from working with primary schools as the trust has developed.

John believes that great schools can help all pupils develop positive attitudes to the world around them that can last a lifetime.  This means providing a varied, rich curriculum, a willingness to work hard and the ability to build strong, supportive relationships.  In his view, “Our belief in ‘Valuing People, Supporting Personal Best’ encapsulates everything we try to achieve as schools.  If we remember that we are all about developing people (both staff and pupils) and encourage everybody to try their absolute best in the circumstances, we can be both successful and enjoy our work”.

In his spare time, John is a sports enthusiast, both supporting and participating and is always willing to give things a try.  This attitude has led him to complete marathons and triathlons, although the knees are starting to complain now!  He has four children, two of whom are still quite young and run rings around him!  When not spoiling his children, he also likes to travel.

Lucy Rawlinson

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Our Local Governing Bodies

The Strategic Board of Directors are supported by local Governing Bodies operating under a Scheme of Delegation.  The work of the local Governing Bodies is of paramount importance and a clear scheme of delegation has been created within statutory regulations, to allow as much local decision making as possible.  All who support and work within the Trust are focused on its charitable objectives and Directors and local Governing Bodies make a commitment to uphold the objectives in undertaking their roles.