Geraldine PEACOCK

Biography

Gender Female
Titles N/A
Birthdate 1948-01-26
Education Redland HS for Girls Bristol, Univ of Durham (BA), Univ of Calif (Rotary Int fell), Univ of Newcastle upon Tyne (CQSW, Dip Applied Social Work Studies)
Books & Publications Publications: Social Work and Received Ideas (with C Rojek and S Collins, 1989), The Haunt of Misery (with C Rojek and S Collins, 1990); author of numerous articles and conference papers
Recreations N/A
Clubs
Style Ms Geraldine Peacock, CBE
Career 1969-1989: sr social work practitioner, lectr in social policy and social work theory and practice, trg conslt to govt depts and local authorities, dep dir London Trg for Care; chief exec: Nat Autistic Soc 1989-97, Guide Dogs for the Blind Association 1997-2003; chair Charity Cmmn 2004-06 (non-exec cmmr 2003-06), interim chair Futurebuilders 2004-; civil serv cmmr 2001-; chm ACEVO 1996-2000 (vice-chm 1995-96, memb Exec Ctee), vice-chm The Int Fedn of Guide Dog Schs for the Blind 2001-; memb: Residential Homes Tbnl 1995-98, Cncl Industrial Soc 1996-2002, Social Investment Task Force 2000, Project Advsy Gp Performance and Innovation Unit (PIU) Voluntary Sector 2001, Advsy Ctee Active Community Unit Home Office; chm Voluntary Sector Women Leaders Network (Groundbreakers); tstee: NCVO 1999-2003, Inge Wakehurst Tst; voted Britain's most admired charity chief exec 2003
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