Tempo’s Board of Trustees is delighted to announce the appointment of two new members, one of whom has been selected to become our Chair. These appointments come at an exciting time for our organisation, as we prepare to launch our new five year strategy to take Time Credits to scale across the UK.
David Royce and Adam Stanley are joining the Board as Trustees, with David taking the position of Chair. Adam works for West Midlands Police, facilitating delivery of a significant technological transformation strategy, and David is an experienced third sector and public services leader, combining business expertise, entrepreneurial skills and social values.
“David is known for his track record in enabling social change initiatives and services to innovate and scale at pace. We think his skills and experience are just what Tempo needs at this stage in our development, and we are delighted he has chosen to join us as Chair,” says Anna Lewis, Tempo’s Interim Chair of Trustees.
“Meanwhile, Adam brings a further new perspective, insight and energy to our team, and we look forward to working with them both.”
Tempo now has a team of nine Trustees, who between them bring comprehensive skills and experience from the worlds of finance, policy and research, health, local government, education, and the voluntary sector.