Chairman Alan Hardy has today announced his new Board of Directors at Notts County Football Club.
Hardy has confirmed six new appointments who will be responsible for delivering the strategic objectives and management of the club.
Gleeds main board director Jon Enever, television and radio sports broadcaster Darren Fletcher and Macesport founder and managing director Paul Mace all join the board with immediate effect.
Chief Executive Jason Turner is also promoted to the Board, taking on the role of Football Operations Director, alongside the club's Financial Director Corrine Rigby and Commercial Director Amanda Fletcher.
Hardy said: "I am delighted to have put together such a strong team of people who have a diverse and complementary range of football and business skill sets.
"The Board will help in the creation, development and implementation of a wide range of initiatives to meet our short, medium and long-term goals.
"Football is a team game and it is important that we have a committed, enthusiastic and experienced senior group in place dedicated to getting Notts County back to where they belong in the English footballing pyramid.
"Equally importantly, all our Directors have very strong roots, networks and knowledge in the local community which is of the utmost importance in everything we seek to achieve as the premier family-friendly professional football club in our region."
Enever is a main board partner of property and construction consultants Gleeds. He is also a board member of Nottingham Means Business and chairman of Talented Enterprising Nottingham.
Fletcher is a Nottingham-born broadcaster who is a commentator and presenter for BT Sport and BBC Radio Five Live, having previously worked on regional radio networks as sports editor in the East Midlands region.
Lifelong Notts supporter Mace is the founder and managing director of Nottingham-headquartered international sports communications consultancy Macesport, and recently wrote 250,000-word Notts book 'One Flew Over The Magpies Nest'.
Turner arrived at Meadow Lane in April 2016 after previously holding similar positions with Newport County, Plymouth and Cardiff City, while Rigby and Fletcher were both executive appointments by Hardy when he took over the club in January.