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Denise Lewis Poulton has been announced as Trustee and Chair of trhe Committee for Wales by the Prime Minister, with her term running until February 2026. 

This appointment was announced at the end of February via the UK Government's website. Denise Lewis Poulton is an experienced non-executive director, trustee and senior advisor to a number of public, private and third sector bodies. Currently, she holds a position at S4C, the Welsh language television broadcaster and has previously served on the boards for the Wallace Collection and the Welsh National Opera, as well as being a trustee for the Wessex Youth Trust and Cadwgan Buildings Preservation Trust. She has also previously worked as a vice-president at the Hay Literary Festival. 

During her career as a consultant, Denise worked with the Welsh Governement, Senedd Cymru and a number of Welsh cultural, media and public sector organisations, using her experience as a corporate affairs and starategic communications sepecialist. Her executive career was spent in leadership roles at multi-national companies, including as Group Director of Corporate Affairs at Orange plc, where she launched the brand in 22 countries and created an award winning portfolio of arts, education and cultural sponsorship. 

Denise was born in Ceredigion and was educated at both Llandysul Grammar School and King's College London. She is a Welsh speaker and is passionate about harnessing the power of heritage, culture and the arts in regenerating communities in Wales and across the UK. 




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