The Plymouth Manufacturers' Group Annual Christmas Lecture
  • Lecture Theatre 1, Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth

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This year's PMG Annual Christmas Lecture is sponsored by PKF Francis Clark and will be given by guest speaker Ruth Cairnie, Chair of Babcock International Group.

Ruth Cairnie is the Chair of Babcock International Group plc and the SID at Associated British Foods plc. She chairs the POWERful Women initiative and is Patron of the Women in Defence Charter, also a trustee of Windsor Leadership and of the White Ensign Association. She was a member of the Covid Recovery Commission and is a supporting Chair at Chapter Zero.

Ruth left Royal Dutch Shell in 2014 after a 37 year career spanning Research, B2B businesses, Strategy, Supply Chain and M&A. Her roles included EVP for Strategy and Planning, responsible for the development of global Group strategy, and chief executive of Shell’s global Commercial Fuels business. Her previous board roles include Non-Executive Director of Rolls-Royce Holdings, Contour Global plc and Keller Group plc.

During her career in Shell, Ruth was mainly been based in London but also lived in Stockholm, Hamburg, Singapore and The Hague.

She is a Fellow of the Energy Institute.

This lecture is open to all - please register your place via the above link or email events@plymouth.ac.uk for any queries.

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