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Douglas Board’s CV
Born in Hong Kong in 1957, in 2010 Douglas completed a doctorate in management at the Complexity and Management Centre of the University of Hertfordshire. He has a first class honours degree from Cambridge and a master’s from Harvard.
The first 10 years: Civil Service fast-stream entrant, worked on health spending and banking regulation, as well as in the private office of the Treasury's Permanent Secretary.
The next 18 years: Consultant, director and then deputy chairman of Saxton Bampfylde, a top 10 UK search firm.
Currently: Chair of the Refugee Council (a charity) and founder of Maslow’s Attic. He is a senior visiting fellow at Cass, one of the UK's top ten business schools and is president of the friends’ organisation supporting work with homeless and vulnerable people at St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square. He also writes on management, faith and society and humour as well as careers - see douglasboard.com.