Ursula Brennan, Chief Executive, Office for Criminal Justice Reform Ursula Brennan is Chief Executive of the Office for Criminal Justice Reform, responsible to the Home Secretary, Attorney General and Lord Chancellor, for delivering on the Government's strategy and programme of reform for the Criminal Justice System.
A short biography:
8 May 2006 OCJR Chief Executive
April 2004 Director General, Living Land and Seas, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs
1999 Director general, Department of Social Security - Welfare to Work
1997-99 Disability Policy Director, DSS
1995-97 Director, Change Management, Benefits Agency
1993-95 Change Director, DSS IT Services Agency
1990-93 Disability Benefits Policy Manager
1975 joined the Department of Health and Social Security
1973 GLC (Inner London Education Authority)
Ursula was born in 1952 and is married to a civil servant. She has a degree in English and American Literature from the University of Kent at Canterbury.