Benjamin McCay

Benjamin McCay

My Life My Choice
London

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In Conversation: Benjamin McCay

Benjamin McCay is a co-chair and trustee at My Life My Choice, a self-advocacy charity for people with learning disabilities.

Benjamin McCay is co-chair and trustee at My Life My Choice, a self-advocacy charity for people with learning disabilities.

Career Overview

McCay’s responsibilities include networking and planning the future direction of the organisation, staff recruitment, looking after finances, making decisions on grievance and disciplinary issues, and chairing trustee meetings.

McCay has a background in administration, having worked as a payroll and accounts administrator for Remploy Ltd between 1999 and 2012, and working for a year with Oxfordshire County Council as a finance facilities assistant.

In September 2020, McCay appeared on a Leaders Council of Great Britain & Northern Ireland podcast, discussing the importance of leadership and the impact it has had on his career to date.

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