She is currently the CEO of the Church of England Pensions Board.
In 1993 she went back to the Lord Chancellor's Department as head of court service agency team, and in 1994 she moved back to The Court Service first as HR director, director of civil business in 1998 and director of operational policy in 1999.
She has been the CEO of the Church of England Pensions Board since May 2011, the role was approved "subject to the condition that for 12 months from her last day of service, she should not become personally involved in lobbying Government Ministers or civil servants, including Special Advisers, on behalf of her new employer".
- Bachelor of Laws (LLB), Law, The University of Manchester 1975 – 1978
- Bar Finals, Law, Barrister, Inns of court School of Law 1978 – 1979