Commission welcomes new Boardroom Apprentice
The Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission has welcomed another Boardroom Apprentice participant. Commissioners and staff are delighted to have Margie McKay join them. This is the third year that the Commission has been a Host Board as part of the Boardroom Apprentice scheme.
Alyson Kilpatrick, NI Human Rights Chief Commissioner said:
“Along with my fellow Commissioners, I am delighted to welcome Margie McKay to the Commission board. Margie will join us at every board meeting and I look forward to having her insight at our meetings throughout the year. We have previously hosted two other Boardroom Apprentices and found it to be a very positive experience. I hope that Margie will find it to be so too and that she will be able to learn more about how a board operates as well as the work of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission.”
Margie McKay, Boardroom Apprentice said:
“I am delighted to have been selected and placed on the board of the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission through the Boardroom Apprentice programme. I look forward to the year ahead and the opportunity to observe and learn from the board members of the NI Human Rights Commission. Over the next twelve months I intend to put my Boardroom Apprentice learning days into practice and to expand upon both my knowledge and confidence. I am immensely grateful to both the Commission and the Boardroom Apprentice programme for this exciting opportunity.”
Margie joined the Commission board in September 2021. Her term as Boardroom Apprentice will continue until September 2022.
More information on the Boardroom Apprentice programme can be found here: Boardroom Apprentice | Home