Director of Business and Regulation who has worked with Agored Cymru for eight years is leaving for a new role in the Work Based Learning sector.
Rachel has made a significant contribution to the strategic direction of Agored Cymru and been instrumental in setting effective operational plans. In particular she has led on all aspects of qualification and curriculum development, and overseen regulation and compliance.
Before joining Agored Cymru, Rachel worked as a head of department and senior lecturer in Further Education before joining Welsh Government Education Department as a Senior Manager. Rachel was involved in the strategic facilitation of overarching Welsh, UK and European policy and planning goals in relation to qualifications and credit developments.
Kevern Kerswell Chief Executive said: “Rachel Mooney has made an immense contribution to the work of Agored Cymru and I am grateful to her for all she has done. Rachel has been a key member of our team and played an important leadership role within our organisation. I know that she will be missed and we wish her every success in her new role in the Work Based Learning sector”.
John Graystone, Chair of the Board at Agored Cymru said: “I’d like to thank Rachel for her services to Agored Cymru. She has made a significant contribution to Agored Cymru’s success and her passion and commitment have always shone through. I wish Rachel every success in this new phase of her career.
Rachel will be sorely missed by all her colleagues and friends at Agored Cymru and we wish her good luck with her new adventure.