Angela Wright

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Template:Peacock Angela Wright is chief executive and founder of Solent Skill Quest Limited, Southampton, Hampshire.

Angela Millington went to Hartford Girls School in Cheshire but left at the age of 15 following her father's death and family relocation to Hampshire. She met Peter Wright in 1970 and they married in October 1971. They have two sons who are both in their 30's and have families of their own.


In 1984, Angela went to work for Don Tremayne, Hampshire Co-ordinator for Industrial Studies. During her time working for Don, she completed her Open University Degree, in which she gained a First Class Honours, her Post Graduate Certificate in Education (Design & Technology), Post Graduate Diploma in Applied Social Science and a Post Graduate Certificate in Management Studies.

In 1988-1990, Angela was seconded to UBI Teacher Placement Service where she joined the Communication Team and develop the Award Scheme and Case Study programme.

Angela was the Schools Curriculum Industry Partnership Co-ordinator for Hampshire from 1991 - 1995. In 1995 she was appointed Education Project Manager with Hampshire Training & Enterprise Council. During that time she established three Science and Technology Compacts in Eastleigh, Southampton and Portsmouth. Established a county-wide business mentoring programmes involving over 500 business volunteers support 14- to 16-year-old students falling behind on their studies. She also authored work experience guidance for both teachers and employers. During this time she also completed her teaching practice at Woolston secondary school in Southampton.

Angela was appointed as CEO of the newly formed Eastleigh EBP in 1997 which then became an independent company with limited guarantee, renamed Solent Skill Quest in 1997. In 2006 she was appointed Chair of the National EBP Network and in 2007 Chair of the National Enterprise Development Group. In 2008 she hosted Peter Jones at the Millbrook Technology Campus during the Most Enterprising Place in Britain competition and won the South East award. In 2009, she was awarded the Queen's Award for Enterprise Promotion. In October 2010 Solent Skill Quest became an education charity with Solent EBP its local delivery arm. In 2013 Solent Skill Quest was renamed Skill Quest Trust. Skill Quest Trust acquired First Partnership EBP in March 2013.

Solent liquidation

Solent Skill Quest Trust underwent liquidation procedures in April 2015 in Eastleigh due to insolvency.[1]

Angela is working with national EBP colleagues to relaunch their national network EBPn. Angela is acting chair of the network. Angela was appointed chair of Governors at Crestwood College for Business and Enterprise, Eastleigh in 2005 and is a governor at Compass School, Southampton - a pupil referral unit.


  1. Angela Wright (2 April 2015). "Meetings of Creditors Skill Quest Trust Ltd". TSO (The Stationery Office) under the superintendence of Her Majesty's Stationery Office (HMSO). Archived from the original on 2015-04-21. Retrieved 2014-04-21. 

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