CMSUK AGM 2017 Update

Posted 24th November 2017

Annual General Meeting Update

The CMSUK Annual General Meeting took place on Friday 17th November 2017.  The meeting was attended by all the CMSUK Board members who were delighted to welcome various CMSUK friends and members.  The AGM was presided over by John Dunlop of DAC Beachcroft, as Company Secretary.  (Please see below for a full list of attendees.)

AGM Report

As part of the meeting the CMSUK Chair, Adam Shelverton gave a presentation highlighting the various aims and achievements of the Board and Committees over the last year, and answered any questions raised with the help of the Board members present.  Each attendee was given an AGM report covering all aspects of CMSUK’s work in more detail.  To view this report please CLICK HERE.

Company Accounts

John Dunlop, as Company Secretary representative from Beachcroft LLP presented draft CMSUK Accounts for the year ending 31st July 2017 which were briefly discussed and then duly accepted by the attendees.  To view the accounts please CLICK HERE.

Voting of the new CMSUK Directors

There were 9 vacant positions available for the board and 8 nominations presented for consideration.  7 of the nominees were existing board members wishing to re-stand at the end of their existing 3-year period.  These re-standing board members were:  Chris Bartlett, Carole Chantler, Karen Elsmore, Sue Ford, Andrew Pepler, Jacqueline Salvidge and Teresa Shaw.  There was additionally a new board nominee, Niccola Irwin.  As there were no objections, John Dunlop oversaw the process of accepting all 8 nominees to the CMSUK Board of Directors accordingly.

We bid a fond farewell to Sam Harris who stepped down as a CMSUK Director at this AGM.  Sam joined the Board in 2008 and over the years has taken on various roles on both the Events and Membership Committees.  Sam has been a passionate member of the Joint Educational Pathway Committee since it began and for a period, took on the role of Chairing this group.  In 2012 Sam stepped up from her CMSUK Vice Chair role to become Chair, only relinquishing that role in November 2016.  Sam will be missed greatly from the Board but will continue to work on CMSUK’s behalf as part of the Joint Educational Pathway Group.

2017 AGM Attendees

First Name

Surname

Company

CMSUK Role

Alison

Barker

ILS

 

Chris

Bartlett

Overland Health

Director / Chair Communications Committee

Alarna

Benson-Green

Coastal Case Management

 

Haylie

Broughton

Broadspire

 

Lisa

Brown

Coastal Case Management

 

Karen

Burgin

Bush & Company

Director

Emma

Buttery

Enable Therapy Services

 

Emma Louise

Carter

HACM Ltd

 

Carole

Chantler

Carole Chantler Ltd

Director / Chair Joint Educational Pathway Group

Victoria

Collins

Bush & Company

Director / Joint Chair Events Committee

Clare

Cound

Bridge Case Management Ltd

 

Michael

Davis

Corpore

Communications Committee Member

John

Dunlop

DAC Beachcroft

Company Secretary

Deborah

Edwards

VRA

 

Karen

Elsmore

Independent

Director / Joint Chair Events Committee

Collin

Ettinger

Irwin Mitchell

 

Jo

Evans

Unite Professionals

Director

Andrea

Fields

LV

 

Sue

Ford

Bridge Case Management Ltd

Director / Chair Membership Committee

Pam

Fry

Bridge Case Management Ltd

 

Eleanor

Glackin

Coastal Case Management

 

Sam

Harris

HACM Ltd

Director (Retiring)

Jan

Harrison

Harrison Associates

 

Liz

Haunch

Bridge Case Management Ltd

Communications Committee Member

Janine

Herritage

BABICM

 

Mark

Howard

Broadspire

 

Niccola

Irwin

Harrison Associates

New Director

Rosemary

Lawes

Coastal Case Management

 

Wendy

Loosley

CMSUK

Administrator

Lesley

MacDonald

Teresa Shaw Associates

 

Ellie

Parker

Coastal Case Management

 

Andrew

Pepler

Health & Case Management Ltd

Director

Pauline

Rainey

MIB

 

Scott

Richardson

Pace

 

Heather

Roberts

CMSUK

Administrator

Jackie

Salvidge

Innovate HMG

Treasurer

Teresa

Shaw

Associates

Vice Chair

Adam

Shelverton

QBE

Chair

Deirdra

Taylor

Harrison Associates

 
 

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