As an elected representative of CIPS members in our regions around the globe, CIPS Congress members are the key communications link with the Institute and its members.
The role on Congress is advisory, has no legal responsibilities and is set up to support the Global Board of Trustees. The Congress Chair is elected by Congress members.
Congress meet twice a year, normally in November and March.
New members are:
Americas Fiona Revell
Australasia Daniel Fielding
Central England Peter James
Central England Tim Young
Central England Esther Weaver
Central England David Kershaw
East Africa Ellis Biryahwaho (Re-elected for second term)
Middle East Hariharan Laxminarayan
North of England Natalie Yates
Southern Africa Ronald Mlalazi (Re-elected for second term)
South of England Greta Akintoye
South of England Chanelle Busby
South of England Savita Mace
Three Nations Ross William Stevens
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