She is a member of the Society of Local Authority Chief Executives (SOLACE), a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and a non-executive director of Live Theatre.
What does SOLACE stand for?
SOLACE stands for Society of Local Authority Chief Executives (UK)
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He was again the guest of Capita at the Society of Local Authority Chief Executives dinner and champagne reception in Cardiff.
Chief executive Martin Reeves and customer and workforce services director Bev Messenger will attend the conference of SOLACE - the Society of Local Authority Chief Executives - at Edinburgh International Conference Centre.
If you look very closely at the small type, you'll see that they're the Society of Local Authority Chief Executives in the UK.
But, as James Hehir FCMA, chief executive of Ipswich Borough Council and president of the Society of Local Authority Chief Executives (Solace), stresses in a Solace report entitled "Sing when you're winning": "E-government is difficult and sometimes risky, but above all it is inevitable.
During Hughes's 10-year stay, Kirklees established a reputation as one of the best-run authorities in Britain, and Hughes's own high standing was reflected in his presidency of the Society of Local Authority Chief Executives.
It is called SOLACE - the Society of Local Authority Chief Executives.