Executive Committee (EC)

The Executive Committee (EC) is accountable to and acts with the authority of the Members. It develops the strategy, policy and direction of the Association and ensures that the Member’s interests are represented in all areas.
Lynne Rowley
Lynne Rowley
Lynne Rowley
Chair

Lynne has practiced as an Orthotist since qualifying in 1992. She attained an MBA from Aston University in 1998. She has been involved in BAPO for most of her career volunteering on finance, conference, professional affairs, education and executive committees. Lynne is currently Chair of the Executive Committee and is a Director of BAPO Ltd.
She works as Team Lead in Orthotics and focusses her clinical practice on MSK and elderly care

Ian Adam
Ian Adam
Ian Adam
Treasurer

Ian is an Orthotic Technician based at the Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow which is part of the Queen Elizabeth University Campus. He started within Orthotics and Prosthetics as an apprentice employed by Greater Glasgow Health Board. He has an interest in Technician education and is an SQA External Verifier. Ian is the Technician representative on the EC and is currently the association Treasurer.

Lauren Cox
Lauren Cox
Lauren Cox
Chair of Conference
Conor Brown
Conor Brown
Conor Brown
Secretary
Lauren Jennings
Lauren Jennings
Lauren Jennings
Chair of Education & ID

Lauren is an Orthotist from Yorkshire and has been sitting on BAPO committees for over 6 years. Her current responsibilities include Education and the ID group - which covers the Website and Social Media for BAPO

Paul Charlton
Paul Charlton
Paul Charlton
Committee Member

Paul is full time practicing Orthotist from the North. He currently sits on the research committee and the Professional Affairs Committee, previously being Chair.

Miriam Golding-Day
Miriam Golding-Day
Miriam Golding-Day
Chair of Research

Miriam Golding-Day is a Research Associate at the University of Nottingham and Senior Orthotist at Nottingham University Hospitals Trust. She sits as Chair of the BAPO Research Committee.

Scott McNab
Scott McNab
Scott McNab
Chair of Professional Affairs

Scott works in a senior clinical role in the North East. He joined Professional Affairs in 2014 and the Executive Committee in 2016. His clinical interests include management of the diabetic foot and he sits as the orthotic representative at the Northern Diabetic Footcare Clinical Network

Kate Spillar
Kate Spillar
Committee Member
Kate Chauhan
Kate Chauhan
Kate Chauhan
Committee Member
Douglas Oldrey
Douglas Oldrey
Douglas Oldrey
Student Observer

Doug is a 3rd year Prosthetics and Orthotics Student at the University of Strathclyde. His desire to work within P&O was developed whilst serving in the Armed Forces. Currently undertaking clinical placement, Doug is due to graduate in 2020 and is excited for the opportunities that the career has to offer.

Archie Veale
Archie Veale
Archie Veale
Student Observer

I am a second year student at the University of Salford studying Prosthetics & Orthotics. My interest in the profession was sparked by personal experience and becoming an orthoses user since the age of 15. I am due to graduate in 2020 and look forward to having a career in P&O.