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He has served in diverse fields of public policy; advising on national policy developments in education (national reports on Muslim Education in the UK and Muslim Youth for the British Muslim Research Centre) and thereafter as a Secretary of State (Department of Education) appointee to the Board of the schools regulator OFSTED. In the field of health too he was appointed by the Secretary of State at the Department of Health to the board of the first inspector/regulator of the NHS in England - the Commission for Health Improvement (CHI). He also served as a non-executive director on the Board of his local Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and as Chairman of the Wye Valley NHS Trust which was taken out of Special measure under his leadership. Alongside this he served for five years as Chair of the Consumer/Members' Panel of the National Employment Savings Trust (NEST) Corporation Pension Scheme delivering annual reports to the Secretary of State on the performance of this new intervention through auto-enrolment of workers. The reports of his Panel laid the foundation for stronger consumer focus and protection in auto enrolment. His growing credentials as a consumers' champion were recognised when Ian Duncan Smith MP, Secretary of State at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) appointed him to Chair of The Pensions Advisory Service (TPAS). A position he held for less than a year, resigning after failing to resolve a personal business matter that led to bankruptcy. Museji's community work started with the highly innovative community enterprise in Bristol; the St Paul's based Centre for Employment and Enterprise Development (Charity) Limited. He went on to serve on the Advisory Board of 'The Smart Company' later part of Chime Communications and specialising on giving companies advice on corporate social responsibility where he served alongside Sir. Derek Wanless and Harriet Harman MP. In 1993 he was awarded the prestigious Commonwealth Fund Harkness Fellowship. The NHS: its costs and valueHaving served on the board of the national regulator of the NHS in England and two local NHS Trust boards Museji identifies the NHS in England as a victim of its own success. He was asked to lead the Wye Valley Trust during tough periods of the NHS. With huge cost pressures facing the NHS he entered the national debate about its cost and value by writing about how the NHS could save money. Faced with turning around a failing hospital, these challenges came into sharp focus. In 2015 writing jointly with the local MP for Hereford Jesse Norman he co-authored an article published by the Centre for Policy Studies "How Much Do We Use the NHS?" (Ref). In October 2016 shortly after his resignation, Wye Valley NHS Trust was taken out of "Special Measures" by the Care Quality Commission.

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After serving on the Ocean Township Planning Board in 1978 and 1979, Villapiano was elected to the Ocean Township Council, serving from 1979 to 1987. Villapiano was elected to the Monmouth County Board of chosen freeholders in 1987, where he advocated for establishment of the county's first shelter for homeless families. Anthony M. Villane resigned from his seat representing the 11th Legislative District of the New Jersey General Assembly on July 11, 1988, after being confirmed to serve as commissioner of the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs. Villapiano defeated Villane's son Thomas in a September 15, 1988, special election to fill the vacant seat, and was sworn into office on September 28, 1988, cutting the Republican majority in the Assembly to 41-39. The special election was the last one before the passage of an amendment to the New Jersey State Constitution that allows the political party of a departing elected official to select a replacement. Villapiano and running mate Daniel P. Jacobson, a 27-year-old Township Council member in Ocean Township, were elected to full two-year terms in the Assembly in the November 1989 general election, while Republican Joseph A. Palaia defeated Democratic incumbent John D'Amico, Jr. for the seat in the New Jersey Senate. As a member of the Assembly, Villapiano served as a member of the Appropriations Committee and advocated for beach replenishment on the Jersey Shore and expansion of the state's Urban Enterprise Zone program. As part of the Republican Party landslide in the 1991 general election as a backlash against Governor James Florio's tax increases, Villapiano and Jacobson lost their re-election bid and were replaced in the Assembly by Steve Corodemus and Thomas S. Smith. In his book How to Rig an Election: Confessions of a Republican Operative, Allen Raymond described his involvement in the 1991 race on behalf of the campaign committee of Assembly Speaker Chuck Haytaian, creating advertisements falsely implying that Villapiano had awarded himself bonuses after laying off dozens of employees at his day camp, and another piece that charged that Jacobson and Villapiano had been involved with crooked real estate deals. In the 1993 general election, Jacobson and Villapiano ran again for Assembly, losing again to Corodemus and Smith. In March 2007, Villapiano announced that he would run as a Democrat to fill the New Jersey Senate seat being vacated by the retirement of Republican Joseph A. Palaia. In the November 2007 general election, Republican Sean T. Kean won the seat by a 28,249 to 16,314 margin.

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