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Council appoints Mayor's Office positions

Tower Hamlets Council has made appointments to the Head of and Deputy Head of the Mayor’s Office roles.

The posts are part of the council’s corporate structure and are part of the Chief Executive’s Office.

Amy Jackson has been appointed as Head of the Mayor’s Office, and Alibor Choudhury has been appointed to the role of Deputy Head of the Mayor’s Office.

The appointments follow the council’s corporate recruitment process.

Lutfur Rahman, Mayor of Tower Hamlets, said:

“Amy and Alibor are talented and capable professionals who will help in our journey to improve the lives of our residents and make Tower Hamlets a better place. We have much work to do together.”

Will Tuckley, Chief Executive, said:

“It is essential that we have the right corporate infrastructure to support the mayor and the wider administration of the council.

“These roles will work closely with the mayor in delivering his priorities through our Strategic Plan.

“Amy and Alibor will bring a great deal of knowledge and experience and will help us to deliver the objectives of the new administration.”

Amy Jackson is an experienced manager, strategist, and campaigner who joins us from a career in the labour movement and at the heart of national politics.

Amy said:

"I am delighted to be appointed to work with Mayor Lutfur Rahman and the rest of the Tower Hamlets team, to deliver his exciting and ambitious manifesto. 

"Tower Hamlets is an incredible place with a rich history and even richer community spirit. I am looking forward to working with all communities to address the challenges facing residents and reach the borough's full potential."

Alibor Choudhury is a former councillor and Cabinet member who grew up in Tower Hamlets. He has worked in both the voluntary and community sector helping people overcome social and economic problems.

Alibor said:

“I am delighted to be back serving the borough again. I look forward to working with the Mayor and the wider council to improve the lives of our residents and businesses.”

Posted on Thursday 30th June 2022