Sheila Boyce has resigned as chief executive of Alarm, the national forum for risk management in the public sector. She decided to leave after her three-year contract came to an end at the end of January. During her tenure, Ms Boyce spearheaded a number of initiatives to raise the organisation's profile and helped develop training programmes for risk managers.
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