Clive Hollick is one of the co-founders of IPPR.
He is a senior adviser and formerly a partner at Kohlberg Kravis Roberts. He is also the senior non-executive director of Diageo plc, a non-executive director of Honeywell International Inc and former chairman of London's Southbank Centre. He has been a member of the House of Lords since 1991 and has advised the UK government on industrial policy. He was chief executive of United Business Media from 1973 until 2005.
His charitable work included chairmanship of the Galleon Trust from 1992-1997. He was a council member of the Prince's Trust and was a board member of Mencap's Golden Jubilee Development Committee. His family charitable trust - The Hollick Family Foundation - funds projects to help disadvantaged people living in the Notting Hill area of London.
Lord Hollick was educated at Taunton Grammar School Southampton and the University of Nottingham where he obtained a BA Hons in Sociology, psychology, politics and philosophy.
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