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Take a look at some of the Enterprise Advisers already in our network to discover the sectors and businesses they are from, as well as the reasons why they have volunteered for the role…

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Anam Rehman

Anam Rehman

Tees Valley Combined Authority

Legal Assistant

I am excited at the prospect of working as an Enterprise Adviser as I believe that this is an excellent way of supporting young people in our community. If I can give students the opportunity to have even better support and guidance than I have received then it will be very rewarding. Furthermore, I am keen to support the career progression of young professionals in Middlesbrough/Stockton and believe this will be beneficial to everyone.

Stephen Hunt

Stephen Hunt

Aecom

Project Director

“I wanted to become an Enterprise Adviser as living in the Tees Valley with my family I felt it was a worthwhile initiative and a way of supporting our community.  Having worked with Our Lady & St Bede Secondary School in Stockton since 2018 I have found it to be a really rewarding experience and one which I thinks benefits both parties.  It was great to work with and see their School Team win the Tees Valley Combined Authority 2021 ‘Big Project’ competition, the children’s grasp of the technical and commercial content in support of their submission was so impressive – I would recommend the Local Enterprise role to anybody.”

Peter Keay

Peter Keay

Tracerco

External Training Manager

“I started out in Engineering over thirty years ago on a traditional multi-skilled apprenticeship, before working as a shift Electrical Engineer with British Steel, covering Casters and Steel plant. Now, I’m External Training Manager for Tracerco. During my time, various people have helped

“I started out in Engineering over thirty years ago on a traditional multi-skilled apprenticeship, before working as a shift Electrical Engineer with British Steel, covering Casters and Steel plant. Now, I’m External Training Manager for Tracerco. During my time, various people have helped and encouraged my development, or provided me with opportunities.  For me, the role of Enterprise Adviser is a way of repaying all those people and engineers for the help and guidance they’ve given me.”

and encouraged my development, or provided me with opportunities.  For me, the role of Enterprise Adviser is a way of repaying all those people and engineers for the help and guidance they’ve given me.”

Paul King

Paul King

Motivational Speaker & Course Developer

Michael Colclough

Michael Colclough

SAFC Foundation

Head of Community Education

Kelly Dillon

Kelly Dillon

Careers & Enterprise Company

Education Sector Manager

Jessica Maine

Jessica Maine

Endeavour Partnership

Solicitor

I am a Solicitor at the Endeavour Partnership LLP specialising in Employment Law and Data Protection. I joined the Enterprise Advisor network as it’s a great opportunity to get involved with lots of career events at schools across the Tees Valley. The network has also been a brilliant way of meeting other professionals who share my passion in supporting young people in the area!” 

Jacqui Donnelly

Jacqui Donnelly

Achieving Change

Claire Stalker

Claire Stalker

Tees Valley Combined Authority

Lead Business Skills Officer

Alistair Russell

Alistair Russell

Laing Russell

“After over 25 years of leading and then selling a multi-national management consultancy business, focused on supporting organisations in all sectors to make effective use of digital technologies and systems, I am delighted to spend some time working as an Enterprise Adviser with schools and colleges, supporting the strategic development of careers support to young people in Darlington. It’s important work, it’s an energising environment to work in, and I get to learn, too!”