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ITI Board bids farewell and says hello

On 30 April 2013, the members of the ITI Board who had been appointed for the period 2012/3 met for the final time in Milton Keynes.

Photograph of Iwan Davies and Nick RosenthalThey were joined by colleagues who had been newly elected to serve on the Board for the period 2013/4. Around a full board table, all received training in data protection, and equality and diversity.

After completing the final Board meeting of 2012/3, Chairman Nick Rosenthal handed over to Vice-Chairman Iwan Davies, who thanked Nick for his unstinting commitment and efforts as ITI Chairman and presented the Institute's gift of an engraved whisky tumbler and some single malt that had been especially bottled and labelled to mark the occasion.

Nick then took the floor again to bring the new Board members up to speed on what he sees as the key tasks and items for consideration in the future. There were plenty of opportunities for incoming Board members to quiz their colleagues and for all to get to know each other over a private dinner at a pub in the nearby village of Stony Stratford.

Iwan Davies and Paul WilsonThe next day witnessed the formal introduction of the new Board members, as well as elections of the Institute's Chairman and Vice-Chair. The role of Chairman has passed to Iwan Davies MITI, who stated his desire to carry on the work of the past two years, explaining that change is a continual process and that ITI's journey is far from complete. The Vice-Chairmanship has been taken on by Anne de Freyman MITI, who also served with Iwan on the Board in 2012/3.

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