Manzie made a Dame

By Michael Burton | 11 June 2018

The former interim chief executive of Birmingham City Council, Stella Manzie, has been made a Dame in the Queen’s birthday honours for services to local government.

Ms Manzie was appointed Birmingham’s interim chief in April 2017 until the recent appointment of Dawn Baxendale as permanent chief and has had a long career in local government, as well as with the Scottish Government.

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