The Executive Committee

Situation Vacant

Position: President

The office of President is currently vacant, with the tasks being spread amongst the Executive Committee members. Anyone who would like to consider standing for the presidency should contact the Secretary.

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Mr Steve Gregory

Position: Secretary & Vice President (Membership)

Born near Nottingham, Steve had 4 years at Grey College in the 1960s and was Senior Man in 1968-9. He then joined the C&A retail group , working in store management and buying administration, before becoming involved with systems development and support, working in Belgium and Germany as well as around the UK until he retired in 2004.

In retirement, Steve made contact with the College again. He is a member of College Council and a Trustee of the Grey College Trust, as well as being one of the Business Angels co-ordinators.

Married, with two grown-up sons, Steve does a couple of days each week as a volunteer at the Great Western Railway Museum archive near his home in Swindon, and spends a few weeks each year stacking shelves at a local supermarket.

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Mr Charlie Jewkes

Position: Treasurer

Charlie has been Association Treasurer since March 2014 and an SCR Member since 2009. He studied for a BA in Geography from 2002 to 2005 and previously attended St Olaveís Grammar School in Kent.

Charlie is a Chartered Financial Analyst by profession and currently works as a Business Development Director for Schroder Investment Management in London looking after their global insurance partnerships.

He is a keen footballer, Eton Fives player and musician.

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Mr Dave Baldwin

Position: Vice President (London & South-East)

Dave read Geography between 2002 and 2005. During his undergraduate years he played football and cricket for Grey, served on the bar committee and was the JCR Bar Manager for a year. In the 2005-6 academic year Dave was the JCR President.

On leaving Durham, Dave took a role in IT for a bank, primarily developing software for a range of banking uses and applications.

Dave wants to encourage greater awareness of the Association and College, particularly with association members in London (of which there are many!). He returns to college when he can and is an SCR member. In the summer months he is more likely to be found playing cricket in the Kent leagues.

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Mr Andy Sparrow

Position: VP (Careers)

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Ms Caz Brett

Position: Vice President (Grey Matters Editor)

Caz was at Grey from 2007 until 2010, when she graduated with a BA in Archaeology. Whilst at Grey, she (re)founded the Music Society and joined the tech and arts committees. In her final year at Durham, she directed theatre for DST and was elected to the DSU council as Vice-Chair. After graduating, Caz worked as a consultant for Ernst and Young before moving into the creative industries. She now heads up a web development team at the BBC.

Caz doesnít really stop working, and does writing and graphic design on the side. When she isnít doing freelance editorial and design work, she loves to spend an afternoon crafting, or playing the piano.

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Mr Richard Hilton

Position: Vice President (Website Editor)

Richard Hilton read Computer Science and graduated from Grey College in 2006. He still lives in Durham. As an undergraduate Richard was Website Editor on the JCR Executive and now fulfils the same role for both the SCR and the Grey College Association. During his final year as a student, and in addition to his college responsibilities, Richard conducted the Durham University Hill Orchestra.

Richard is now self-employed and runs Hiltonian Media, providing website solutions to a variety of businesses and organisations. He also Operations Director and one of the founders of Sacristy Press, Durham's only mainstream publisher.

In his "spare" time, he fulfils manifold and sundry duties at Durham Cathedral (primarily as a Verger) and in his spare-spare time is a college tutor.

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