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Notgoingtouni has a number of high profile Patrons that support our ethos. We are grateful for their advice and support which helps to ensure that today's young people fulfil their potential.
Graham Webb MBE
Graham left school at age 15 after years of battling with Spina Bifida, which went un-recognised until later life. He landed a job as an apprentice barber after 62 rejections from other job applications. After setting up a string of salons, Graham launched the first of his hair-care product lines, eventually selling up to one of the World's biggest brands, Proctor and Gamble. Graham appeared in front of HM the Queen on the 2005 New Years Honours List.
Graham Hoyle OBE
Graham is the Chief Executive of the Association of Learning Providers. Previous to this role his credits include Chief Executive of the Gloucestershire TEC and Chief Executive of the Link Group, amongst others. Graham is a member of Skills Delivery Partners and other steering groups including Train To Gain.In June 2008 he was awarded an OBE for services to training by HM the Queen.
Jane Scott Paul OBE
AAT Chief Executive Jane Scott Paul OBE has been Chief Executive of the AAT since 1997 having previously been its Head of Education and Training. After completing a degree in Political Studies at the University of Aberdeen, she worked at the University of Oxford Delegacy of Local Examinations before moving to the AAT in 1987. Jane played a key role in the development of occupational standards for UK accounting staff. She was responsible for the implementation of the AAT's innovative competence-based qualifications in accounting.