Futures Announces Paul Price-Hazlehurst as New CEO

10th May, 2021 Read time: 1 min

The Futures Board has today announced that Paul Price-Hazlehurst will become its new Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Paul will lead the company’s growth and ongoing response to the pandemic. He leaves his role as Director of Programmes having joined the company back in February 2019. He has held a number of senior positions throughout his career, having worked in a variety of education and employment-focused environments, and most recently Interim CEO at Futures. Paul trained as a teacher back in 2003 taking his first post up at North Notts College delivering on the Skills for Life Agenda. During his career he has worked in some of the most deprived areas of the UK supporting young people and vulnerable adults. His passion of working with local communities and supporting people progress and develop has been at the heart of his career and the pathway that led him to Futures.

Paul Price-Hazlehurst said, “I’m delighted to be Futures new CEO, this past year has been challenging but one that has cemented my passion and commitment to the work we do at Futures.  We’ve had a successful year winning new work to support the communities we serve out of this pandemic and I believe we’re perfectly placed to do so.

I was drawn to Futures because I believe that providing people the opportunity to work and learn new skills changes lives and I’m proud to now take up the role of leading the team here onwards.”

Tim Richmond, Chairman of Futures, on behalf of the Board said, “Paul brings with him a wealth of knowledge and a deep understanding of the sectors we operate in to this role. The Board and I look forward to working with him on driving the business forwards.”

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