The College

The Corporation consists of governors including staff and student governors from a wide variety of backgrounds and their experience and strategic skills make a vital contribution to the continuing development of the College.

If you would like further information or details about how to become a governor, please contact Lottie Thompson, Director Governance, by email at

Lesley Davies OBE

Chair of Corpration

Chris Fenwick

Chair of the Audit Committee/ Co-opted Advisor

Graham Lilley

Chair of the Finance Committee

Derek Wills

Chair of the Standards Committee

Lowell Williams

Interim Principal & CEO/Ex-Officio

Joey Greenwood


Councillor Gwen Lunn


Julie Pomone


Andrew Arundel


Simon Alsop


Kay Moffit


John Duncan


Emma Palmer


Rachel Storr


Tom Colombari


Liam Ross Hughes

Student Governor

Emma Marshall

Support Staff Governor

Jamie Taylor

Staff Governor

Lottie Thompson

Director of Governance

Statements & Policies

The Corporation, or Governing Body, is responsible for the mission and strategic direction of the College, determines policy and monitors the performance of the College.

Instrument and Articles of Government for Hull College

The Corporation’s Legal Constitution is set out in the Instrument and Articles of Government document.

Standing Orders

The Standing orders describe the way in which Corporation business is conducted.

Policies & Code of Conduct

The key policies governing Governor’s meetings and decision making can be found below, as well as their Code of Conduct and requirement to make relevant declarations of interest. The College’s Governors conduct themselves in accordance with best corporate governance standards and the Nolan Principles of Public Life.

Reports and Financial Statements

The Corporation's Report and Financial Statements for the last three years can be found below.

Meeting Calendar

The Corporation and its Committees meet regularly throughout the academic year as set out in the Calendar below.

Business Cycle

The work of the Corporation and its Committees is planned prior to the start of each academic year as set out in the Business Cycle below.

Corporation Minutes