Dame Glenys Jean Stacey is a solicitor and civil servant. She has recently been appointed as the Ofqual Cheif Regulator for the second time after the resignation of Sally Collier. Dame Glenys Jean took up the responsibility of Ofqual on August 25.
Sally Collier resigned from the post because of the A levels and GCSE exam results disaster. She has received criticisms for the mishandling of the results in the midst of the Pandemic. We have put together 10 facts about Dame Glenys Jean Stacey to help you know more about her.
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— The Telegraph (@Telegraph) August 25, 2020
10 Facts on Dame Glenys Jean Stacey
- Dame Glenys Jean Stacey was born in the year 1954 and her age is 66 years as of 2020. There is no information about when she celebrates her birthday.
- According to her Wikipedia biography, she served from 2016 to 2019 as Her Majesty’s Cheif Inspector of Probation.
- There is not much information about her husband and children on the internet.
- Dame Glenys Jean Stacey has a total of 40 years of experience of working in the public sector. She is one of the most respected women in the U.K.
- She has been working in the public sector in senior management posts since the year 2000.
- She was honoured with the title of Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire (DBE) in the year 2016 at New Year Honours for services to education.
- Dame Glenys Jean Stacey has been appointed as the Cheif Regulator of Ofqual twice in her lifetime.
- She received her higher education from the University of Kent. She studied law at the institution.
- She was born and raised in Walsall Wood, West Midlands and holds the British Nationality.
- Talking about her family, her father worked as a painter and her mother worked in Union Locks.