Nick Clarke appointed as Trustee of CUCT
CAMBRIDGE United Community Trust are pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Clarke as a Trustee. He was most recently Leader of Cambridgeshire County Council, where he chaired the Cabinet and the Health and Well-being Board, and a County Councillor for Fulbourn. Prior to this he was an Independent Member of Cambridgeshire Police Authority, a Board Member of the Greater Cambridge Partnership and Chair of the Cambridgeshire Federation of Small Businesses, all while holding the position of CEO of an IT consultancy firm. Nick also has considerable experience in the charitable sector, having been a Founding Trustee of Addenbrooke’s Abroad, which seeks to improve healthcare by facilitating partnerships with hospitals in the developing world, and Chair of Trustees for Bottisham Action for Youth, a local charity. Cambridge United Community Trust will benefit from Nick’s dedication to the local community, as well as his managerial experience and diverse interests.
Trust Chairman Graham Daniels said: “The Cambridge United Community Trust is committed to mobilising the best leaders and companies to join with us in making a significant difference to our community. We are, therefore, delighted to welcome Nick Clarke to our team. His knowledge, experience and leadership skills will be substantial assets as Cambridge United Football Club continues to serve this city and county. Nick’s experience will be particularly helpful as we move into the next critical phase of securing the very best sporting facilities for the people of Cambridge.”
Nick Clarke said: “ I am delighted to have been asked to become a trustee of Cambridge United Community Trust. I hope that my experience will help the Trust grow and continue to provide essential services to the young people of Cambridgeshire.”