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Business News firms emerge from the pandemic


businesses a voice are first and foremost in our work. “While some of that has been


very visible, much more negotiation and engagement with stakeholders has taken place behind the scenes. I know her approach to really listening too, and caring about, the needs of our members and building trusted relationships with stakeholders make her the perfect person to lead the organisation.” Mr Faulkner added: "Henrietta


has been a delight to work with throughout my time at the Chamber, and it has been a pleasure seeing her professional growth and development over the past six years as she has led and transformed the Chamber's policy and strategic partnerships work to be the very best in the country. “Henrietta possesses a genuine


commitment to Chamber members and the interests of the business community in Greater Birmingham. I wish her every success in what is a highly-respected and historic position in the city and wider region.” Ms Brealey first joined the


Much to be positive about: Henrietta Brealey


Chamber as a policy assistant in 2012 while completing her studies at the University of Birmingham. She went on to gain an MSc (Distinction)


in Public Management 2012-2013 and a BA (hons) (1st Class) in English Literature 2009-2012. She held the roles of policy


adviser and policy and patron adviser before leaving in 2015 to join the National Housing Federation as external affairs manager for the West Midlands. She returned to the Chamber later that year in the newly-created role of director of policy and strategic relationships, making her one of the youngest directors in the Chamber’s history. In 2018 she was appointed to the


GBCC board as an executive director and earlier this year she was named chief strategy officer. Ms Brealey’s work has involved


overseeing internal GBCC strategy processes and leading the GBCC’s research, policy, stakeholder engagement and campaigns activity as well as management of the GBCC’s top tier of membership, the patronage group. In 2019 she was named as one of


Birmingham Live’s Brum 30 Under 30. Outside of work, she is a trustee of the University of Birmingham’s Guild of Students and a graduate and supporter of the UpRising Leadership Programme.


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