Notts County Chief Executive James Rodwell and Oxford United Chairman Ian Lenagan have been elected to the Board of The Football League as representatives of League 1 and League 2 respectively.
James Rodwell replaces Jeff Mostyn of AFC Bournemouth following their promotion to the Championship, while Ian Lenagan replaces Tony Kleanthous of Barnet after their relegation to the Football Conference.
Lenegan will represent all 24 League 2 clubs and Rodwell joins fellow League 1 representative John Nixon (Carlisle United). They will serve on the Board alongside Chairman Greg Clarke, Independent Non-Executive Director Richard Bowker and Championship director Shaun Harvey (Leeds United). Results of a ballot to appoint two further Championship representatives will be announced shortly.
Chairman of The Football League Greg Clarke said: "I'm delighted to welcome both James and Ian to the Board of The Football League. They both bring with them a wealth of experience and I am sure they will make a positive contribution in the coming months and years. I look forward to working with them."
Notts County CEO James Rodwell said: "It is an honour to be elected to the Board of The Football League, I look forward to working with the Board to make a positive difference to The League."
Oxford United Chairman Ian Lenagan added: "To be elected to the Board of The Football League is a proud moment for me personally and for Oxford United Football Club. I will be working hard as part of the Board to help make The Football League even stronger."