Vice Chair changes at nima

A message from nima Chair Anne Kemp:

We have a few changes to announce concerning our Vice Chairs and NEDs.

I am pleased to announce that Casey Rutland has agreed to become a Non-Executive Director for nima, representing the buildingSMART UK and Ireland Chapter (bSUKI). He joins Malcolm Taylor, Blane Judd and Elaine Lewis on the NED Board. As NEDs, they are not involved in the day-to-day running of nima but provide appropriate governance, strategic direction and overview. He will continue as chair of bSUKI.

Casey Rutland

I am delighted that Emma Hooper, Head of Information Management Strategy at RLB Digital, will now become a Vice Chair of nima, to replace Casey, representing bSUKI, and overseeing our Projects function. She continues, along with Nick Nisbet, as vice chair of bSUKI.

Emma Hooper

I regret that, due to work commitments, David Glennon is having to step down as a nima Vice Chair. I would like to thank David for what he has been able to contribute as a Vice Chair during his second tenure in post and look forward, in any case, to his continued involvement in and support of nima in other guises.

David Glennon

This means that there are new openings for Vice Chairs, as we were already intending to advertise for additional volunteers, due to the volume of work involved in running nima. The amount of commitment required averages 0.5-1 day per week, and we are looking for people who could oversee the following:

  • Communities and volunteers function
  • Operations and IT function
  • Patrons and funding function

If you are interested in becoming a nima Vice Chair, please review the description with expression of interest of what we are looking for and submit an Expression of Interest to me by 30 May 2024. We will be reviewing the EoIs and looking to interview during June with the intention to appoint our new VCs in July. Many thanks.

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