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Jane has joined AUDE in November 2015 as executive officer and was promoted to executive director a year later. A graduate of the University of Leicester, and with 10 years’ experience managing estates at Leicestershire County Council, Jane's responsibilities include the organisation of the annual AUDE conference and helping deliver a wide range of support to university directors of estates. These include developing and maintaining a strategic plan in order to ensure a professional, innovative, efficient and effective university estates and facilities sector.
Cheryl joined AUDE in July 2016 to take up the newly created role of project and engagement manager. A law and HR graduate from De Montfort University, Cheryl has over 14 years’ experience of marketing, communications and digital channels, working in the private, charity and welfare to work sectors. She manages the on and offline communications, leads on a member engagement projects and supports the executive director and special interest groups at AUDE. Contact Cheryl via email.
Corinne joined AUDE in February 2018 to take up the newly created role of events manager. After graduating from Oxford Brookes University with a degree in Marketing Management, Corinne has over fourteen years’ experience working in the events and property industry working in the private sector for companies based in Leicestershire and London. Her responsibilities include running and managing AUDE core events for our members on a national scale, sourcing and identifying speakers, sponsor and exhibitors management, business development, overseeing the learning and development programme and supporting the AUDE Professional Development Group.
Martin joined AUDE in 2018 and works as communications officer across the full range of marketing and communications channels from social media and design to press and e-marketing. An English graduate from Reading University, he has worked in private sector and charity sector roles for organisations including Waterstone’s, the learning disability/mental health specialist Turning Point, and the UK’s national deafblind charity Sense. Martin works 0.5 FTE for AUDE. Contact Martin via email.
Charlotte joined AUDE in September 2022 to take up the newly created role of Events and Projects Officer. Previously she has worked for Woodland Trust, Willmott Dixon and University of Nottingham. During her time at UoN, she worked within an administrative role for two different schools in the Faculty of Social Sciences. For the past 6 years she has worked as a Brand Ambassador and has been involved in a variety of event-based campaigns, representing brands such as Cinch, Charbonnel et Walker, Lidl and The Dalmore. This is something Charlotte enjoys doing for fun outside the normal 9-5. She is also studying a part time master’s degree in Veterinary Physiotherapy. Her responsibilities include supporting both Cheryl and Corinne with the pre and post organisation of our events and project administration, managing our enquiries inbox and she leads our Work Shadowing and Coaching scheme.
AUDE is a special interest organisation of Professional HE Services Ltd. PHES is an umbrella company for membership organisations in higher education. Being part of PHES means that we can call on the skills and expertise of the following members of the central services team:
Dominic joined PHES in 2014 and since then has worked closely with the HESPA, AUDE, UHR and CHEIA executive committees and staff to welcome them to the Company. As Managing Director his priorities are to develop PHES to support the SIOs in the best way possible, to motivate and develop our people and ensure we operate first-class company governance.
Karen joined the PHES team towards the end of 2017 and is doing a great job of keeping our finances in order. Karen worked in the finance team at Loughborough University for 13 years, so has a great understanding of how the sector works. She manages the finances for AUDE alongside the other associations in PHES and as well as processing the day to day transactions, she also works with the respective treasurers to plan for the future.
Alex joined the PHES team in August 2019 as our first dedicated IT post. His role of ICT Manager is partly to deliver the IT strategy within PHES, to provide day to day support for staff, but also to help each association with their digital plans – such as new website developments, making the most out of the database and data analytics. He is based in the main office in Loughborough and will be a valuable asset to the team.
Jemma joined Professional HE Services (PHES) as Membership Officer in February 2018. She previously worked for ten years as Events Organiser for Loughborough University. In this role she planned and organised events of various kinds, from industry exhibitions and academic conferences to business seminars. Her role as Membership Officer for PHES includes events support, database management, approving new members, web content updates, advertising sector jobs and a host of other things, all for each of the PHES Special Interest Organisations.
Ruth joined Professional HE Services (PHES) as Membership Officer in November 2018. She previously worked for four years as Finance Assistant at Imago Venues, part of Loughborough University. She has also worked in customer service and finance roles. Her role as Membership Officer for PHES includes events support, database management, approving new members, web content updates, advertising sector jobs and a host of other things, all for each of the PHES Special Interest Organisations (SIOs).
Scott joined PHES in 2023 to support all our associations with the delivery of online conferences and events. His primary focus will be virtual events, but he will also provide website and technical support to our staff when the conferences and events are not happening.
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