Introducing the committee for the 2018/19 season...
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Chair - Jared Wray
Treasurer - Ben Holloway
Secretary - Michael Kirkham
Hello. I’m Michael, this year’s secretary. As secretary, my main responsibility is setting the agenda for committee and full BULSCA meetings and taking minutes. However, I’m also responsible for maintaining BULSCA documents and acting as a point of contact for various matters. You can read more about my role in the constitution.
Development Officer - Hannah Smallwood
Data Manager - Conor Ingham
Communications - Sophie Priddis
I'm Sophie, the Communications Secretary for this year. I come from a Surf Lifesaving background, having been training and competing with my home club, Saunton Sands Surf Lifesaving Club, for 9 years before starting University. I've been fortunate enough to compete at 3 Worlds competitions with my home IRB (inflatable rescue boat) team too, both as crew and driver. I continued Lifesaving as soon as I started at the University of Bristol, learning and competing in a non-beach side of Lifesaving which I have fallen in love with!
I studied Veterinary Nursing and Bioveterinary Science for 4 years at the University of Bristol, have just graduated and am now working as a Veterinary Nurse in North Somerset. My plan for this year is to write a SERC or two and judge at the upcoming BULSCA competitions. I'm hoping to be able to continue my dissertation research in the future as a Master's, and not just so I can compete in Lifesaving again...
Championships Coordinator - Tom Sharp
Recruitment Officer - Josh Hale
|Hey, I'm Joshua and I am the Club Recruitment officer for 2018/19, this is a new role that was added to the BULSCA committee this year to try and increase the number of clubs competing in BULSCA. I have been involved in BULSCA for the last 9 years and I was last years Club Development officer. I have been volunteering for RLSS for the last few years and spent 2 years as the RLSS Ambassador for Wales. Now based in Poole, Dorset where I have just completed a charity leadership graduate scheme where I did my year in Charity at the RNLI. If you are at University or near a University and want to get in touch with setting up a lifesaving club I am here to help and look forward to hearing from you.|
The welfare officer handles any concerns raised by BULSCA members relating to young people and vulnerable adults as and when they are raised.