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BMAA Council 2016 - 2017

BMAA Council members are elected by the BMAA membership for a three year term of office. They become directors of BMAA Ltd and therefore employ the BMAA staff members as well as control overall policy.

Details of the election process are contained in the BMAA Articles of Association. To contact a BMAA Council member, please use the contact form.
Member Position Last  appointed
Rob HughesChairman2014
Andy Aiken Appointed to fill a casual vacancy in 2016 (until 2017)
Richard Bisiker Vice Chairman 2016
Rob Grimwood Treasurer 2015
Spencer Harvey
Appointed to fill a casual vacancy in 2015 (until 2017)
Deepak Mahajan2015
Terry Viner 2014
A full list of all of the BMAA Council roles, volunteer jobs and sub-committees is available here.
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