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Amanda Mackenzie steps down from Mothercare board

Amanda Mackenzie stepped down from the Mothercare board as a non-executive director on Friday, having served since January 2011.

Mackenzie was a member of the Lord Davies’ steering group to increase the number of women on boards and is currently a board member of the National Youth Orchestra and a past president of the Marketing Society, as well as a member of Aviva’s executive committee and executive sponsor for diversity.

She was previously chief marketing and communications officer of Aviva until September 2016.

The firm will announce a replacement in due course.

Mothercare chairman Alan Parker said: “I would like to thank Amanda for the valuable contribution and advice she has given to the board over the past six years and we wish her all the best for the future.”

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