Aberdeenshire Council IT head named as Socitm's new vice-president

Written by Alan Robertson on 21 April 2016 in News

Nicola Graham has spent the last 12 month as chair of Socitm Scotland

Head of ICT at Aberdeenshire Council, Nicola Graham, has been named as the new vice-president of the professional body for local government and public sector IT managers.

Graham, who was named digital leader of the year at Holyrood’s Connect awards last year, will take over the second most senior role with UK-wide body Socitm.

It comes after Graham spent the last year as chair of Socitm Scotland and was announced at the body’s spring conference, which is taking place in London.


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Graham is currently charged with spearheading Aberdeenshire Council’s digital strategy as well as delivery of all ICT services across the local authority.

Geoff Connell, director of ICT at the London boroughs of Newham and Havering, takes over as president of Socitm.

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