Daily Management Review

Mackenzie To Assume Business In The Community’s Chief Executive Post


06/24/2016


The Prince of Wales assigns his fourth chief executive.



“HRH The Prince of Wales”, the president of “Business in the Community”, has announced Amanda Mackenzie as its chief executive, marking the fourth such position holder in its thirty four years long history.
 
In her working career, Mackenzie has been involved in the senior level working of “FTSE 100 firms across a range of sectors” like “retail, insurance, energy and technology”. In fact, recently she has even occupied the place of chief marketing officer at Aviva, whereby Mackenzie effectuated a “rebranding” of Aviva “from Norwich Union”, while she was also the “first woman” who was appointed as the “Group Executive of the insurer”.
 
Mackenzie had a chair at Davies review for recruiting more women in the board level, while she still has a place at the “Board of Mothercare and The National Youth Orchestra”, which is situated in Great Britain. On her new appointment, Mackenzie commented:
"For over 30 years Business in the Community has been lighting the way in helping companies conduct responsible business. I feel very privileged to lead this organisation. Their work is needed now more than ever before. I see our job to help businesses serve the communities around them that have helped them be successful.”
 
The predecessor of Mackenzie at Business in the Community, Stephen Howard, will still “continue to work” by participating in projects, whereby it highlights “his passion for social purpose”, while retaining the power of the “Chair of the National School Partnership, Chair of the independent charitable trust Power to Change and Director of The Big Society Trust”.
 
Furthermore, he also “continues as a member of the London Enterprise Panel and Director of Big Issue Social Investments”, while Mackenzie is scheduled to assume her post on the 3rd of October 2016.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
References:
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