Millie Banerjee has had a long and varied career in the private and public sectors. She spent 25 years with BT (1970-1995), culminating as the Director of BT Products and Services, following which she was the COO at ICO Global Communications (1995-2000).
Currently Millie is the Chair of the British Transport Police Authority, and of Working Links and a Board Member of the East London Primary Care Trust.
Until August 2011 Millie Banerjee was a Board Member of Ofcom the Chair of Postcomm.
She has held several non-executive appointments including a non-executive director of the Strategic Rail Authority (2000-2005); Channel 4 TV (2000-2002); the Prisons Board (1990-1995); the Peabody Trust (2008- 2011)
She was also the Chair of Postwatch, the consumer body for the Postal Services (2005 – 2008) and on the Board of Consumer Focus. She was the Chair of Carnegie UK Trust (2000- 2007)
Millie studied in Camden School for Girls and University College London. She also studied at Greenwich University from where she has an honorary doctorate.
Millie has been nominated to become the High Sheriff of Greater London from the year 2012- 13.