Jo-Anne Morgan (she/her)
Jo-Anne is the Director of Governance for Altair and an experienced management consultant with a track record of establishing and maintaining excellent relationships with clients, their customers and stakeholders.
Governance, regulatory support, mergers and acquisitions, risk and assurance frameworks, organisational design, continuous improvement, facilitation, policy, and strategy development.
Jo-Anne has significant experience of working in the social housing sector. Jo-Anne’s experience includes advising board and executive teams on governance, mergers and acquisitions, risk and assurance frameworks, organisational design and transformation of services.
Recent Altair Assignments
Recent projects that Jo-Anne has been involved in include:
• Governance reviews for registered providers
• Merger and acquisition support
• IDA preparation support
• Culture reviews
• Risk management and business and assurance reviews
• Board remuneration reviews
• Recruitment for both non-executive and executive
• Organisational design and culture review
Senior Consultant – Capita Consulting
Manager – Sector (formerly Tribal Consulting)
Manager – Tribal (formerly HCH)
Senior Internal Audit Manager – Beever and Struthers
Group Internal Auditor – Portico Housing Group
Senior Internal Auditor – North British Housing Association
Outside of work Jo-Anne enjoys travelling, live music, reading and is trying to enjoy running!
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