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Chair of the HAFLS Advisory board awarded CBE in New Years Honours

Lynsi

The New Year started with the fantastic news that Lynsi Hayward-Smith, Chair of the HAFLS Advisory board and a trustee for the Education and Training Foundation, received a CBE in recognition for her services to FE.

The head of adult learning and skills at Cambridgeshire County Council has served on the board of the ETF for almost five years, having first been appointed in 2014.

David Russell, boss of the ETF, said Ms Smith’s award was “extremely well-deserved” and gave “due recognition” to the “sustained impact” she has had in her career.

“She has been instrumental in shaping the success of the ETF over its first five years as a trustee, ensuring we never lost focus on adult learning or on overall impact,” he said.

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