Ian Grayson has joined the Board of Directors at (Wimborne-based) Teachers Building Society as Non-Executive Director.
Ian has over 25 years experience as a secondary school teacher in Newcastle upon Tyne and is an active member of the National Union of Teachers (NUT), currently the Newcastle NUT Association Secretary and National Executive member for Tyne and Wear. He also chairs one of the NUTs main committees.
James Bawa, chief executive for Teachers Building Society, says, “I’m delighted to welcome Ian to Teachers Building Society and I am certain that he will strengthen the Board with his strong NUT roots, providing us with invaluable guidance on shaping future products to meet the needs of teachers in England and Wales.”
Ian says, “I am delighted to be appointed to the Board and I looking forward to using my experience as a teacher and teacher representative to further develop the high quality of services for teachers.”
Ian joins the Board following the retirement of Martin Reed who served his full tenure at Teachers Building Society this year. He joins Chairman Roy Spragg, Andrew Lee and Alexandra Pyke.
Mortgages from Teachers Building Society are available to teachers and education professionals in England and Wales and also to people of any profession in Dorset, Hampshire and Wiltshire.