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Job description: Chief Executive at Tomorrow's People
Areas of interest: Employment and skillsDebbie Stedman-Scott has been with Tomorrow’s People since it was founded in 1984, since when it has helped over 440,000 people on their journey back to work. Debbie is an Ambassador for Make Justice Work, and a founder member of the Employment Related Services Association (ERSA). She has been a member of the Advisory Board for the International Centre for Drugs Policy, the CBI’s Employment Advisory Group and The Voluntary & Community Sector Partnership Board (DCLG). Debbie was also Deputy Chair of the CSJ Policy Group when they published the hugely influential “Break down Britain” and “Break through Britain”. Debbie was named Charity Principal of the Year at the UK Charity Awards 2005 for her outstanding leadership. In 2008 Debbie was awarded an OBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours for services to the unemployed and in 2010 Debbie was ennobled and took her seat in the House of Lords as The Baroness Stedman-Scott of Rolvenden. To find out more about Tomorrow's People, visit their website.