Clarion is pleased to announce the appointment of two new non-executive directors to its Boards. Karima Fahmy joins the Latimer Board responsible for Clarion’s commercial development, and Alison Muir joins Clarion’s Housing Association Board, which oversees landlord services.
Karima is a senior corporate lawyer and brings to the Board high level real estate experience including the structuring and funding of real estate investment and development projects. Previously General Counsel of Grosvenor Group, she currently holds non-executive positions on the University of Cambridge’s Property Board and the University Board of Bournemouth University.
Alison is a housing professional with extensive housing sector experience most recently as Director of Resident Services at Peabody Trust, chair of the G15 Housing Directors’ Group and member of the London Fuel Partnership who support the Mayor of London on Fuel Poverty. She brings to the Housing Association Board significant strategic and customer-focused housing management expertise. Alison currently holds non-executive roles at Gateway Housing Association and Homes for Lambeth.
Commenting on her appointment to the Latimer Board, Karima said: “I’m delighted to have been appointed to join the Board at such a critical time for the country. I firmly believe the housing sector has a crucial role to play in the nation’s recovery from the pandemic and Clarion has an excellent track record, building a record number of affordable homes last year and delivering a resilient performance during such a challenging time. I am excited by the opportunities for the Group to have a positive impact on our society in the years ahead.”
Commenting on her appointment to the Housing Association Board, Alison said: “I am thrilled to have been appointed to join the Board responsible for overseeing the country’s largest social landlord. Clarion is focussed on making a positive difference for all residents and it will be a pleasure to be able to bring my knowledge, experience and commitment to placing residents’ wellbeing at the heart of policies and services.”