Women in business – RTC North

October 1, 2019

Business consultancy and training provider RTC North supports businesses across the North to innovate, compete and grow. Here, RTC North celebrates some of the women in the team

Sarah Hart

One of the pioneers and longest serving members of staff is operations director Sarah Hart. A highly skilled business professional and strategist with over 20 years’ experience in business and international project development, Sarah is one of RTC North’s pillars and an example of a truly dedicated and committed business leader. Sarah works as a key member of the senior management team converting RTC North’s strategic priorities into a meaningful plan for sustainable business development and managing the day-to-day operations of the business.

Janine Marshall

With more than 25 years’ experience of working with schools, colleges and universities, Janine heads up the STEM Hub at RTC North and is well versed in the education arena. Janine oversees all programmes and contracts it runs including the North East Ambition programme, run in conjunction with the North East Local Enterprise Partnership, the Edge Foundation and STEM Learning.

Sarah Pavlou

Sarah is the programme manager for the ScaleUp North East programme. With more than 20 years’ business management experience in the retail and international franchising sectors, coupled with a passion for growing both businesses and individuals in reaching their full potential, Sarah is a driven and inspirational business leader. RTC North is delivering Scaleup North East in conjunction with the North East Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

Mica MacInnes

Mica MacInnes manages the Learning and Development arm of RTC North. Having worked in human resources, management and training roles across a range of sectors for over 20 years, Mica has a wealth of experience in the field. In addition to implementing the internal learning and development strategy for RTC North, Mica’s main focus is on further enhancing the commercial training offer, including supporting a range of accredited and non-accredited RTC-run programmes. Mica’s strong desire to get the best out of her staff by nurturing and supporting them to develop as professionals in their fields is reflected by the fantastic staff retention RTC North has had over the years. Following the success of two High Performance pilot programmes in the North East, Mica is currently getting ready for the launch of a further three programmes under the new name of Productivity Through People Lite (PtP Lite) in Cheshire and Warrington, Liverpool City Region and Leeds City Region, which is funded by Be the Business.

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