Professor Sir Adrian Webb (Chairman)
Chair of the Pontypridd and Rhondda NHS Trust up until the end of March 2008. Was also non-executive member of the Welsh Assembly Government's Executive Board but steppeddown from this role following the successful appointment as new Permanent Secretary. He was vice-Chancellor of the University of Glamorgan until December 2005. He was previously an academic at the London School of Economics and Professor of Social Policy at Loughborough University. He has held many committee and advisory roles both in Whitehall and in Wales, including HM Treasury's Public Service Productivity Panel, and has chaired several national enquiries. He was a member of the Review Team which reported to the Welsh Assembly Government in 2006 on Local Service Delivery (the "Beecham Review"), and Chair of the review of Post 14 Education in Wales (the Webb Review, published as "Promise and Performance" in December 2007). He grew up in and currently lives in South Wales.
Part-time management consultant working mainly in the legal sector, and a Member of the Board of Consumer Focus Wales. Following 25 years in advice work at Citizens Advice Bureax and local authority Welfare Rights Units he joined the Legal Services Commission where he became the Acting Wales Director before taking early retirement in 2007. He is a school govenor, and was until recently a member of the Trustee Board of Shelter Cymru (Welsh Housing Aid Ltd.)
Member of the Employment Appeal Tribunal and a Member of Council of the the University of Wales. He was previously a part-time Director of the Office of the Independent Adjudicator for Higher Education, Secretary of University College, Cardiff and Deputy Principal and Clerk to the Board of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.
Qualified mental health nurse and registered social worker. She is a member of the Mental Health Act Commission and a lay member of the Mental Health Review Tribunal (England). She was previously a freelance investigator of complaints made by social service users and carers and a Regulatory Inspector for the Commission for Social Care Inspection.