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Our new Panel members: Richard Spencer

03 December 2018

Richard has 30 years’ experience in consumer and SME mobile and fixed telecoms markets in the UK and abroad, most of which was spent at BT. His career has encompassed telecoms pricing, strategy, policy, business ethics and regulation. For the final seven years Richard was Director of Corporate Social Responsibility, playing a key role in architecting the company’s programmes designed to have a positive impact on society and the environment.

 

Richard holds a degree in History (Manchester), a Master’s in Business Administration (Warwick), and is currently studying for a degree in Theology, Ministry and Mission (Durham). In addition, he has trained as an executive coach.

 

Richard is a non-executive Director of the East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust and is trustee for a charity in Colchester which provides daytime support to homeless people. He volunteers at a winter night shelter, and supports a charity working with vulnerable young adults.

 

Richard Spencer

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