2010 Election of Board Members

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Posted by APM on 15th Nov 2010

APM welcomed two new members and re-elected two others at its Annual General Meeting held at Ibis House on the 8th November 2010.

David Hart is director of a specialist project, programme and change management consultancy.  With a background in civil engineering his project experience ranges from construction and IT-enabled business change to national leadership and skills programmes.

David has been an APM member since 2001 and is an active member of the People SIG committee.  He has a post-graduate diploma in management, is an APM Certificated Project Manager, an accredited MSP Advanced Practitioner and performance coach.  He also chairs another charity in his home county of Cumbria.

Keith Robinson holds an MSc in Control and Systems Engineering and has over 35 years experience of managing major projects in a variety of sectors.  For the last 10 years he has operated as an independent consultant advising Blue Chip clients such as the MoD, NAO, QinetiQ, Fujitsu and London Underground.

Previously he was managing director for Lockheed Martin UKGS and divisional director for GECs Systems business at EASAMS.  Keith has also been technical adviser to the Major Projects Association for over three years and is a Visiting Professor at UCL where he supports a number of departments including Civil and Environmental Engineering.

APM Chairman Mike Nichols and Deputy Chair Alistair Godbold were both re-elected.

The Full result

NICHOLS, Mike1106Elected
GODBOLD, Alistair1102Elected
HART, David942Elected
ROBINSON, Keith921Elected
EGBU, Charles869 
WALKER, Jan744 



 

 

 

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