Having served as CEO of the Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC), Jane is now in her non-executive career.
Jane is a Trustee of Cumberland Lodge, a charitable foundation and an educational centre and residential conference venue. In 2017, she was appointed a Commissioner of the Judicial Appointments Commission, an independent commission that selects candidates for judicial office in courts and tribunals in England and Wales.
As a Criticaleye Board Mentor, Jane is often called on to provide mentoring support and advice to those seeking senior executive roles in the public and charitable sectors.
Previously, Jane was Deputy Chair of the homelessness charity Crisis. As a trustee she assisted in the extension of its services beyond London to several other cities across the UK. She also served as a Board Member of the Legal Complaints Service, and was a Member of the Audit and Risk Committee and Chaired the Remuneration Committee. She was Senior Independent Director of the Solicitors Regulation Authority from 2012 to 2018 and chaired its Equality and Diversity Committee. She was also previously a Non-executive Director of the National Crime Agency (NCA), where she sat on the Audit and Risk Committee and led the senior appointments panel.
As Chief Executive of IPCC from 2006 to 2013, Jane transformed the way it responded as an emergency service across England and Wales, and led the development of a programme which saw a reduction in deaths in police custody and other very serious incidents.
Jane is married and enjoys travelling the world, viewing art, listening to music and keeps fit by running. She was appointed CBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List 2012.