Lady Judge is not in need of further strings to her bow. In an eclectic career she has chaired the Pension Protection Fund and the UK Atomic Energy Authority, been a commissioner of the US Securities and Exchange Commission and held senior roles in the arts, media and education. The 69-year-old lawyer is now the first chairwoman of the Institute of Directors — so why has she agreed to join a London-based technology start-up that has been trading for less than two months? “It will keep me young,” she jokes. Read more >>