with Rob Greig – National Director for Valuing People
What’s your first memory?
My father bringing home the first family car – at around aged 4 (it was a Standard 10)
What three words best describe you?
That’s for others to say, not me!
What’s been your best job?
This one and in particular leading the Valuing People Support Team.
If you were stuck on a desert island, and you could take one person and one object, who and what would they be?
My wife, and a piano.
Who inspires you and why?
Anyone who fights injustice and retains their integrity – exactly who that is changes over the years.
Where is your favourite place?
Either my back garden or Tikal in Guatemala
Which celebrity would you want to play you in a film?
Robert Redford (circa 1975)
What was the last CD you bought?
Gnarls Barklay (but it was a bad choice)
What are you reading?
An Equal Music by Vikram Seth
What’s your favourite film?
Pirates of the Caribean for relaxation or Olivier’s Henry V for something more serious.
Pets – yes or no?
Yes – two cats and five chickens.
If you were on Death Row, what would be your final meal?
A courgette, feta and pasta bake that my son cooks.
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