Lizzie Noel was appointed non-executive board member of the Ministry of Justice in August 2015.
Lizzie has over twenty years of commercial and public sector experience, including 12 years in senior corporate communications roles. She was on the founding team of Tribal Group plc, the government services provider, principally to the education and training sectors, where she was director of communications from start up to annual revenues of over £200m and 2,000 employees.
From 2009-12, she was a senior aide to the Mayor of London, tasked with creating a city-wide volunteering programme for all 32 London boroughs. ‘Team London’, which is inspired by the US Cities of Service model, remains a key priority for the Mayor in his second term.
From 2012-15, she was an expert adviser to the Department for Education, during which time she worked with ministers and officials to develop the academies and free school programmes.
She has 20 years trustee experience on charity boards and governing bodies.
Our Non-executives are senior figures from outside the department who bring a diverse mix of expertise and skills from across the public and private sector. They all:
- give guidance and advice to MOJ leaders and ministers
- support and challenge management on the department’s strategic direction
- provide support in monitoring and reviewing progress