Governance - City of Wolverhampton College


Meet our College Governors

Governors are responsible for determining the educational character of the college and ensuring its overall well-being and financial solvency.


Headshot of Malcolm Cowgill

Malcolm Cowgill

Principal and Chief Executive

Mike Hastings

Chair of the

Board of Governors

Mark Taylor

Vice Chair of the Board of Governors

Amanda Tomlinson

Vice Chair of the

Board of Governors

Dionne Barrett


John Bradford


Jane Carter

Lead governor for careers 

Sam Duru


Trevor Dutton


Simon Evans


Ian Gardner


Gabriel Gregorini

Student Governor

Profile Coming soon!

Wendy Harris


Hshaana Knight


Darren Shaw


Scott Thompson



View our latest governance documents including minutes, polices and financial statements in our documents hub.

Become a Governor

Are you interested in helping to shape education and skills in Wolverhampton by becoming a college Governor?

The College would like to hear from individuals interested in taking on the exciting and challenging role of Governor. The main business of the Board of Governors is to determine the educational character of the college and ensure its over-all well being and financial solvency. 

City of Wolverhampton College is keen to hear from local people interested in becoming a member of its Board of Governors.

The role of College Governor is a voluntary position and involves a commitment of approximately 10 Board meetings a year. Meetings are held in the evening with occasional daytime attendance at college events.

No formal qualifications are required, just an enthusiasm to work collectively with other Board members to ensure that the College continues to meet the needs of the community it serves. Induction and training will be provided to all new members.

Contact Alison Buick, Head of Governance on: