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Emma regularly addresses legislators and the media on governance issues, as well as school governors, trustees, clerks and school leaders. She was a governor at a secondary school in Warwickshire for 7 years and is a founding trustee of the Foundation for Leadership in Education.
Emma was awarded an OBE in the 2018 New Year's Honours list for services to education.
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Maggi has been an NGA Trustee since November 2011 and was re-elected to the board in November 2014 and 2017. After serving 3 years as vice-chair, Maggi was elected as honorary secretary in December 2016 and as chair of NGA in December 2017.
Maggi has been a governor for over 24 years in both primary and secondary schools and is currently acting chair of an IEB, a governor in a primary school and a member of a Local Committee of a primary in a MAT, all in High Wycombe. Her professional background was in sales marketing in the computer industry and training, and for a number of years she has delivered governor training in a number of Local Authorities. She is a previous chair of the Buckinghamshire Association of School Governors and chairs the Buckinghamshire County Council’s School Governance Consultative Board. Maggi is also a Trustee of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Northampton and a member of the Diocesan Education Committee.