British Shooting is delighted to have three new Directors joining the Board.
Amelia Ashton-jJones and Guy North join us as Non Executive Directors, and Dave Rollason will be replacing Nick Fellows as the CPSA’s representative.
Amelia is currently on secondment from Deloitte at the British Olympic Association. She is a qualified accountant, with over 10 years of experience working with organisations in the sports sector, including as a part of the London 2012 organising committee.
Guy is the Managing Director of Freeview - the UK’s biggest TV platform. He has a background in marketing and brand development, including having previously worked at BBC Sport and on the wider BBC Television channel portfolio. He also has experience of working in the charity sector, leading Victim Support through a transformational change project.
Dave, as our Board representative from the CPSA, has a professional background in engineering and is currently an Independent Director on the CPSA Board. He has a real interest in the growth and sustainability of target shooting, as well as being a keen shooter himself with over 40 years experience in the sport.
As well as welcoming Amelia, Guy and Dave to the Board, we would like to take this opportunity to thank Nick Fellows and Bruce Stewart for the significant contribution they have made to both the Board and British Shooting more broadly.
British Shooting Chairman, John Harris, said: "I am delighted to announce that two new Non- Executive Directors have joined the Board of British Shooting, Amelia Ashton-Jones and Guy North. They both bring a valuable range and depth of experience to the Board.
"Amelia, while at Deloitte was part of the Sports Business Group and was seconded to LOCOG subsequently being assigned to the BOA. Guy is currently MD of Freeview the TV platform and worked for many years for the BBC including BBC Sport. I thank them for agreeing to join British Shooting and welcome them to the Board.
"I would also like to welcome to the Board, David Rollason, a Director on the Board of the CPSA who replaces Nick Fellows as the CPSA Representative Director.
This brings the Board to the full complement of 12.
"Bruce Stewart and Nick Fellows have stepped down from the Board, Bruce because of increasing business commitments and Nick to take up his appointment as CEO at the British Equestrian Federation.
"On behalf of everyone at British Shooting I would like to thank both Nick and Bruce for all their hard work and support that they have given to our sport, it is much appreciated, we wish them every success for the future."