Meet Our New Chair, Andrew Sloan


Meet Our New Chair, Andrew Sloan 



We're delighted to announce that Andrew Sloan has been appointed as the Chair of the Board of Trustees. Following a rigorous selection process, Andrew will take up the role with effect from 1st April 2022.


Andrew said, “I’ve served as a Trustee since February 2019 so I’ve seen George House Trust’s amazing work providing services and support, and it’s excellent record in tackling stigma and influencing change first-hand. It’s an honour and privilege to now serve as Chair of George House Trust and I look forward to building on the work of the last few years we’ve done as a Board of Trustees. The staff, members and volunteers here at George House Trust are passionate, skilled and dedicated and I look forward to supporting their work inspiring people to live confidently and healthily with HIV.”


Andrew is an experienced HR professional and has worked across Europe for brands such as Money Supermarket, Trinity Mirror, Hilton Hotel Group, Eurostar, Spire Healthcare and Disneyland Paris. He holds a Master’s degree in HR from the Manchester Business School and is a Chartered Member of the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development.


Andrew speaks seven languages and is a qualified level 1 and 2 practitioner of Psychometric Testing with the British Psychological Society. Andrew splits his time between Manchester and Glasgow, with his husband, Geoff who is a consultant anaesthetist and their Westie dog Freyja. In his spare time, Andrew loves cooking, gardening, travel, and sport.


Vanessa Jackson, Deputy Chair who led the recruitment on behalf of George House Trust’s board and membership said, “Having undertaken a particularly robust recruitment process and receiving a high volume of excellent calibre candidates for the Chair of The Board of Trustees, we were thrilled and delighted to appoint Andrew in post, and have no doubt to the strategic value and leadership he will bring to the role.”


24th March 2022

Monday, 7 March, 2022

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