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    Dean of Middlesex Business School appointed Vice-President of CIPD

    09/02/2012
    The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has elected Anna Kyprianou, Middlesex University Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the Business School, as one of four new Vice-Presidents.

    Anna Kyprianou elected to the Board of Europe's largest HR and development professional body

    The Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development (CIPD) has elected Anna Kyprianou, Middlesex University Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the Business School, as one of four new Vice-Presidents.

    In her appointment as Vice-President of the Membership and Professional Development Committee Anna will also sit on the Board of the CIPD and be involved in decisions taken at that level.

    The CIPD is Europe’s largest human resources (HR) and development professional body, setting global standards for best practice in HR. With more than 135,000 members across 120 countries, the CIPD is focused on supporting and developing those responsible for the management and development of people within organisations.

    Anna Kyprianou, Middlesex University Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of the Business School said: “I am thrilled to have been recognised by the CIPD in this capacity and feel immensely privileged to be so closely involved in the future development of the CIPD and the HR profession more generally. I hope that my appointment will help Middlesex build on our already strong relationship with the CIPD, as well as strengthen our provision to current and future leaders in the fields of personnel and development.”

    Gill Rider, CIPD President, commented: “I’m delighted to welcome these high calibre additions to the CIPD’s team of Vice-Presidents and Board Directors.  Their business and professional experience will strengthen our capacity to deliver for CIPD members and the wider HR profession.”

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