Millie Banerjee has had a long and varied career in the private and public sectors.
Millie has been the Chair of the British Transport Police Authority since 2008 and is currently a member of the Board of the College of Policing as well as a member of the Police ICT Board.
She also chairs Working Links a public, private voluntary sector company working with Government in supporting long term unemployed and disabled citizens. She chairs Nominet Trust which invests in application development for social good.
In her executive life she spent 25 years with BT in various senior roles including operations, large scale system implementation, product design and consumer service. Her last role in BT was as the Director responsible for BT’s product portfolio and pricing strategy. Following her career in BT she was the COO of a global mobile satellite company. She continued her association with the communications sector as a non-executive director of Ofcom for 9 years.
She has also been the Chair of Postwatch, and the postal regulator Postcomm and the Carnegie UK Trust.
She has held several other non-executive appointments including a non-executive director of the Cabinet Office, Channel 4 TV, the Prisons Board, and the Peabody Trust.
Millie studied in CamdenSchool for Girls and University College London. She also studied at GreenwichUniversity from where she has an honorary doctorate.
Millie was the High Sheriff of Greater London from the year 2012-13.
Millie stepped down as Chair 14 August 2015.