Motability held its Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Thursday 22 September. The AGM was attended by senior management, key stakeholders and interested groups, charity partners, Governors and Members of the Board. During the meeting, we were delighted to appoint two new governors to join the board, Tony Davis and Professor Sukhi Clark. Their experience and knowledge will prove invaluable in continuing to shape the strategy and work of the charity.
Cheryl Ward and Professor Mala Rao OBE announced their intention not to stand another term and will stand down as Governors of Motability. We thank them for their support and commitment throughout their terms.
Tony Davis is the Managing Director of Maddox Consulting, a strategy consulting and transaction advisory firm focussed on the transport sector. During his career, Tony has worked for commercial and non-profit organisations, supporting with management and strategy consulting.
Tony has held multiple Board level positions. These include as Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Audit & Risk Committee at a regional UK airport and at a UK Trust port. He has also held volunteer Board roles at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), including Co-Chair of the Graduate Alumni Council, President Emeritus of the M.I.T. Club of Great Britain and Co-Founder & CEO of M.I.T Alumni Angel Investors (UK).
Tony is deeply passionate about sustainability, climate change, energy and transport.
Professor Sukhi Clark
Sukhi began and grew her career in Electrical Engineering and Programme Planning at Jaguar Cars, before heading up the Classic & Bespoke Division as part of her role in JLR Special Operations. Sukhi also joined the board at Envisage Group, as Group Operations Director.
She has also pursued her own passion of introducing young people to engineering as a Visiting Professor of Engineering and Design at Birmingham City University for which she received an Honorary Doctorate in early 2022.
Sukhi has over 30 years of design, engineering and project management expertise successfully delivering automotive and construction projects.
Autocar Magazine has voted Sukhi in the top 100 females in Automotive Engineering every year since 2017.