New GLAA board members appointed
10th February 2022
Pippa Greenslade, Deep Sagar and Dr David Snowball have all been appointed as GLAA Board Members on a two year term in accordance with the Governance Code on Public Appointments.
Dr Snowball spent his working career in the Health and Safety Executive, joining as a Factory Inspector in 1984 and retiring 35 years later. He held senior posts in operational divisions overseeing HSE intervention and enforcement and was also responsible, as Director Regulation, for the quality of operational work.
He spent 15 months as Acting Chief Executive before retiring and said he wanted to be part of GLAA because of ‘the compelling reason for its existence which sits easily alongside my previous work-related experience.’
He was also made a Companion of the Order of the Bath for his services to Occupational Health and Safety in the 2020 Birthday Honours.
Deep Sagar was a senior manager in large employers like Coca-Cola and Unilever. This included food and drinks manufacturing and his main roles were in marketing and general management.
More recently Deep has been serving on boards of public-sector organisations and charities. Presently these include chairing the Advisory Committee on Packaging and being board member at the Legal Aid Agency and the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman.
He has been part of many regulators and thinks the Gangmasters and Labour Abuse Authority has a valuable role.
Pippa Greenslade was Group Human Resources Director of Bakkavor plc, a global provider of fresh prepared foods from 2013-2018. Previous roles include Global Human Resources Director at the British Council and senior HR positions with Cadbury plc.
In 2019 Pippa was appointed as a member of the Senior Salaries Review Body. She is currently a Trustee of Christian Aid and was a Trustee of the Whitehall and Industry Group between 2014 and 2019.