BMC staff list

Posted by Team BMC on 19/06/2024

Who works at the BMC? Full details of all current BMC staff.

Executive Officers

Paul Ratcliffe

Paul Ratcliffe

Chief Executive Officer

 Gavin Finch

Gavin Finch

Chief Commercial Officer
4 days per week

 

Access, Conservation & Environmental Sustainability

Cath Flitcroft

Cath Flitcroft

Senior Policy & Campaigns Manager

Dave Turnbull

Dave Turnbull

Senior Land, Property & Access Advisor
2.5 days per week

Tom Carrick

Tom Carrick

Access & Conservation Officer (Wales) / Swyddog Mynediad a Chadwraeth (Cymru)

Jon Fullwood

Jon Fullwood 

Access & Conservation Officer (England)
4 days per week

Eben Muse

Eben Muse

Policy & Campaigns Officer (Wales) / Swyddog Polisi ac Ymgyrchoedd (Cymru)

 

GB Climbing

Jon Garside

Jon Garside

Acting Head of Performance

Sophie Cox

Sophie Cox

England Talent Manager

Zoe Spriggins

Zoe Spriggins

Competitions Programme Manager

Lucinda Whittaker

Lucinda Whittaker 

Pathway Manager (Talent & Performance)

For the full GB Climbing staff team including coaches please visit the GB Climbing site

 

Sport & Community Development

Cressida Allwood

Cressida Allwood

Partnerships Manager

Dan Middleton

Dan Middleton

Climbing Development Manager
4 days per week

Helen Murphy

Helen Murphy

Safeguarding Manager

Nick Colton

Nick Colton

Safeguarding Officer
3 days per week

Jane Thompson

Jane Thompson

Club Development Manager

Tim Cunnington

Tim Cunnington

Clubs & Community Co-ordinator
4 days per week

 

Finance

Alan Brown

Alan Brown

Financial Controller

Yas Prabaharan

Yas Prabaharan

Finance Co-ordinator


HR, Office Support Services & Governance

Kate Anwyl

Kate Anwyl

HR & Office Manager

Michelle Hordern

Michelle Hordern

Volunteer Development Co-ordinator

Suzanne Jones

Suzanne Jones

HR Co-ordinator
3 days per week

Amina Mirshahi

Amina Mirshahi

Office Assistant

Thom Nixon

Thom Nixon

Governance and Compliance Manager

 

Marketing, Communications, E-Commerce & Events

Gregg Cropper

Gregg Cropper

Marketing & Communications Manager

James Parikh

James Parikh

E-commerce Co-ordinator
3 days per week

Katy Shilladay

Katy Shilladay

Digital Marketing Co-ordinator

Emma Travers

Emma Travers

Communications & Campaigns Co-ordinator
4 days per week

Alex Zglobis

Alex Zglobis

Events Co-ordinator

Emma Hope

Emma Hope

Marketing & Communications Manager
(Currently on Maternity Leave)

 

IT

Alvin Foy

Alvin Foy

IT & Database Manager

Omar Al Jewari

Omar Aljewari

IT Support Assistant

 

Membership & Insurance

Arun Patel

Arun Patel

Membership Manager

Clonagh Delderfield

Clonagh Delderfield

Membership Administrator
4 days per week

 

Alex Hughes

Membership Administrator

Josh Harris

Josh Harris

Membership Administrator

Jim Krawiecki

Jim Krawiecki

Insurance Administrator

 

 


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Hi, I wasn't sure where to post this comment so I hope it reaches the right person.
I have just received the latest copy of the BMC magazine 'Summit' and was disappointed (though not completely surprised) to find that there are no articles on hill walking. There are a couple of articles on trekking and a small promotion of the 'new to hill walking' booklet with the rest of the magazine given over to climbing in one form or another. As the BMC supports mountain training (the reason I joined) which includes hill, moor and lowland walking, it seems remiss not to include articles that support that area, if not because promoting hill walking is one of the stated aims of the BMC. I would be great to see all your readers given a reason for looking forward to receiving a copy of Summit. Thanks, Andy Courtier
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