NSL’s Yvette Widdowfield has been elected to the British Parking Association’s Council of Representatives for a third term. A Client Account Manager with 30 year’s leadership experience in the public and private sectors, Yvette has now started the first period of her new three-year office term on the Council.
Kelvin Reynolds, BPA Director of Policy said, “The Council of Representatives has responsibility for scrutinizing the work of the BPA Board and examining, debating and commenting on new policy and strategy. It will influence the long term direction of the Association and its mission by giving advice and guidance to the BPA Board. Those who serve as Representatives on Council play an important role in contributing to the BPA’s strategic aims by ensuring that its values, standards and obligations to its members and others are understood and met.”
Yvette Widdowfield joined NSL in 2014 and was formerly Parking and CCTV Services Manager at Stratford on Avon District Council and Parking and CCTV Operations Manager at Dover District Council. She introduced decriminalised parking in Warwickshire and has dedicated time to ‘raising standards’ within the industry by chairing the IPP Board within the BPA and launching the Institute of Parking Professionals.
“To receive the ringing endorsement of your peers is a credit to Yvette’s professionalism and her determination to lead by example,” says Mark Hoskin, NSL’s Managing Director. “We’re absolutely delighted for her and have no doubt she will continue to make a significant and inspirational contribution to help the BPA fulfil its ambitious objectives and further develop its increasingly influential role within the industry.”
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