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Michael Aaronson

Chairman

Centre for International Intervention

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Centre for International Intervention

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Employment History

Chairman

Heatherwood Hospital


Chairman

Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust


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Affiliations

University of Surrey

Honorary Visiting Professor


Oxford Policy Management Limited

Board Member


Nuffield College

Visiting Fellow


Political Studies Association

Honorary Visiting Professor In the Department


Kings College , London

Visiting Senior Research Fellow


RSA Corp

Council Member


Royal Society of Arts , Manufacture and Commerce

Council Member


Oxford Companies

Visiting Fellow


International Save

Founder


EC-NGO

Chair of the Liaison Committee


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Michael Aaronson | Oxford Policy Management

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Michael Aaronson
Mike Aaronson has extensive organisational leadership experience in public and international affairs in both executive and non-executive roles. Alongside his work with OPM, he is an Honorary Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford, and Visiting Professor and Executive Director of the Centre for International Intervention at the University of Surrey. From 2006-16 he was Chairman of Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust, where he led the Board in the first successful acquisition of one Foundation Trust by another and saw Frimley Park Hospital become the first 'outstanding' hospital in the UK NHS. From 2007-12 he was a Civil Service Commissioner. Mike began his career as a humanitarian relief worker in Eastern Nigeria, during and after the civil war. This was followed by 16 years in the Diplomatic Service, working variously in Paris, Lagos, and Rangoon and the FCO in London, undertaking political analysis, bilateral negotiations, and representational work. Mike then enjoyed 17 years with Save the Children, initially as Overseas Director, and subsequently Director General. In this capacity Mike helped to establish the International Save the Children Alliance as a leading global force for children's rights. He has also served as Chair of the EC-NGO Liaison Committee; as Chair of the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue in Geneva; as a Governor of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy.


Board of directors | Directors | About us

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Front row from left to right: Nicola Ranger, Mike Aaronson, Tina Oakley, Mark Escolme, Andrew Prince
Sir Michael Aaronson CBE Chairman Appointed to the Trust as Chairman of the Board and Council of Governors April 2006. End of tenure 31 March 2016. Chair of the Nominations Committee and Charitable Funds Committee Member of the Performance and Remuneration Committee Mike's earlier career was half in HM Diplomatic Service and half at Save the Children, where he was overseas director and subsequently, from 1995-2005, its Chief Executive. From 2001- 2008 he was Chairman of the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue, a Geneva based private foundation working in conflict mediation, and from 2001-2007 a governor of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy. Since 2006 he has been a non-executive director of Oxford Policy Management Limited, a development consultancy providing policy advice in low and middle-income countries. At the end of March 2012 he stood down after five years as a civil service commissioner. He is an honorary fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford, and from 2008-2011 was a visiting professor in the politics department at the University of Surrey, where in May 2011 he became a professorial research fellow and executive director of the Centre for International Intervention. He has worked both with NATO and the UK Ministry of Defence on civil and military collaboration in conflict situations. In June 2006 Mike was knighted for services to children.


www.nuff.ox.ac.uk

Mike Aaronson
Home > People > Personal Sites > Mike Aaronson Research Interests : Mike has helped introduce two modules for MA students at Surrey on: "The Politics of International Intervention". From 1995-2005 Mike was Director General (chief executive) of Save the Children UK, and from 1988-1995 was the charity's Overseas Director. He first joined Save the Children in 1969, spending two years as a relief worker in Nigeria after reading philosophy and psychology at St John's College, Oxford. Between 1972 and 1988 he held various posts in the UK Diplomatic Service, serving in London, Paris, Lagos, and Rangoon. From 2007-2012 he was a Civil Service Commissioner, appointed by the Crown to maintain the principle of fair and open recruitment to the UK Civil Service. Since 2006 he has been Chairman of Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, and a non-executive director of Oxford Policy Management Limited, a development consultancy firm based in Oxford. Mike is a founder member, and from 2001-2008 was Chair of the Board, of the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue, a Geneva-based private foundation working to improve the international response to conflict, in particular through independent mediation. From 2001-2007 he was a Governor of the Westminster Foundation for Democracy in London, a non-departmental public body working to strengthen democracy in Africa, the Middle East, and the countries of the former Soviet Union; he was Vice Chair from 2005-2007. From 2004-2012 Mike was a Visiting Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford, where he is now an Honorary Fellow. In September 2008 he was appointed an Honorary Visiting Professor and in May 2011 a Professorial Research Fellow in the Department of Politics at the University of Surrey, where he is also Executive Director of cii - the Centre for International Intervention. He is an occasional Senior Adviser to NATO, working on the political/military aspects of NATO transformation, and an occasional lecturer at the UK Defence Academy on civil/military collaboration in conflict situations. In January 2000 Mike was made a CBE and in June 2006 he was made a Knight Bachelor for services to children. In July 2011 he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate by the University of Surrey.? New Affiliation Professor Sir Mike Aaronson: Director, Centre for International Intervention, University of Surrey.


Board Of Directors — Frimley Park Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

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Mike Aaronson
Sir Michael Aaronson CBE Chairman Appointed to the trust as Chairman April 2006 (reappointed April 2009), end of current tenure 31 March 2012 Mike's career has been half in HM Diplomatic Service and half at Save the Children, where he was overseas director and subsequently, from 1995-2005, chief executive. From 2001-08 he was chairman of the Centre for Humanitarian Dialogue, a Geneva based private foundation working in conflict mediation, and from 2001-07 a governor of Westminster Foundation for Democracy. He is currently a civil service commissioner, appointed by the Crown to maintain the principle of fair and open recruitment to the Civil Service. He is a non-executive Director of Oxford Policy Management Limited, a development consultancy providing policy advice in low and middle-income countries. He is a Visiting Fellow of Nuffield College, Oxford and a Visiting Professor in the politics department at the University of Surrey. He works both with NATO and the UK Ministry of Defence on civil/military collaboration in conflict situations. In June 2006 Mike was knighted for services to children.


Talks | Welcome to Professor David Chandler's Website

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I will be debating Professor Sir Mike Aaronson, Co-Director of the Centre for International Intervention.
University of Surrey.


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