Published by Skills for Justice
We are delighted to announce and welcome Erika Bannerman as a Trustee and Non-Executive Director of our board at Skills for Justice.
As a not-for-profit organisation committed to the development of an improved and sustainable workforce across the UK’s Policing, Community Justice, Fire and Rescue, Local Government and Armed Forces sectors, our board is comprised of members who come from a broad spectrum of organisations and employers, who come together to inform, set out and direct our strategy to achieve this.
John Rogers, Chief Executive, Skills for Justice says: “We are delighted to welcome Erika to the Skills for Justice Board. As we look to further improve our support for workforce development to deliver high quality public benefits, Erika’s commitment to people development and our wider goals will be a major boost for our Board. We very much look forward to working with Erika and drawing on her extensive knowledge, expertise and enthusiasm for our mission.”
An experienced CEO, Non-Executive Director, Chair and Advisor, serving on a mix of Public, Private and FTSE boards; Government Joint Ventures and partnerships, Erika has a broad range of experience.
Following a successful career in senior roles with Capita and the Manpower Group, Erika has most recently become Managing Director of NHS Shared Business Services and is a member of Sopra Steria UK’s Executive Committee.
Erika says: “Now more than ever, we need to focus on how to build skills and develop the workforce of the future. I am delighted, as a trustee for Skills for Justice, to have joined both an esteemed and committed Board and Executive team. With over two decades of history delivering services for public benefit, its mission ‘to improve people’s lives by enabling the effective development and deployment of the workforce’, has never been more relevant.”