Audit

GIAA welcomes three non-executives to its board

Ady Dike, Isobel Everett and Clare Minchington will bring a ‘range of experience’ from different industries and sectors that will aim at further strengthening the GIAA’s board to their new role

The Government Internal Audit Agency (GIAA) has appointed three new non-executive directors to its board.

Ady Dike, Isobel Everett and Clare Minchington will bring a range of experience from different industries and sectors that will aim to further strengthen the GIAA’s board.

Dike is an architect and coach with over two decades of experience in operational, strategic and project management and digital transformation. Her experience spans across a range of sectors. She is currently an enterprise architect in a private sector organisation.

Everett has had a varied career in engineering, project management and public services. She is an experienced non-executive board member and chair within a variety of public sector contexts. Everett has been a lead non-executive for the Office of the Secretary of State for Wales and was until recently chair of the Wales audit office.

Minchington has spent her career working within professional education and regulation. Her non-executive director experience spans across the public and private sectors.

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She spent a number of years with the Association of Chartered Accountants and has held several academic positions. She has chaired five audit committees and is currently chair of the audit and risk assurance committee for the College of Policing.

Elizabeth Honer, chief executive of the Government Internal Audit Agency, said: “I am delighted to welcome Ady, Isobel and Clare to the Agency’s Board. Collectively they bring a wealth of relevant knowledge and experience in audit, project and change management and innovation.

“Their experience complements the breadth of expertise of our existing non-executive directors, our Chair Steve Burnett, Paul Boyle, and Cat Little, our HM Treasury sponsor. Together with our executive Board members they will enable us to realise our vision and deliver on our mission to provide better insights for better outcomes.”

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