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Crichton Foundation > Crichton Conversation with Dame Dierdre Hutton DBE

Crichton Conversation with Dame Dierdre Hutton DBE

Date: 03/12/2019
Time: 7:30pm
Speaker: Dame Dierdre Hutton DBE
Venue: Easterbrook Hall
Ticket Price: £6

Aviation: Challenges past and future Dame Deirdre is one of the UK’s most successful public servants having worked in a large number of non-governmental agencies. She is presently the first female Chair of the Civil Aviation Authority.  A former anti-apartheid demonstrator who was once arrested in South Africa, Deirdre became involved in the public sector […]

 

Aviation: Challenges past and future

Dame Deirdre is one of the UK’s most successful public servants having worked in a large number of non-governmental agencies. She is presently the first female Chair of the Civil Aviation Authority.  A former anti-apartheid demonstrator who was once arrested in South Africa, Deirdre became involved in the public sector forty years ago. She has worked in 10 major non departmental agencies and has been an outstanding consumer champion with particular interests in consumer affairs, health and food standards. She chaired the Scottish Consumer Council then the National Consumer Council; was Chair of the Financial Services Authority, a member of the Government Energy Advisory Panel and Vice Chair of the European Food Safety Authority. This is her second visit to the Crichton Conversations.

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Doors open 6:45pm, lecture commences promptly at 7:30pm. The lecture will be held in the Duncan Rooms, Easterbrook Hall, Bankend Road, Dumfries DG1 4TA. The bar will be open in the Duncan Rooms from 6:45pm for you to purchase alcoholic, soft drinks, tea or coffee.

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