Find out who's who in the Manchester & Pennine Partnership.
Visiting Professor in the department of civic design at University of Liverpool, board member of Atlantic Gateway Partnership, trustee of the Land Trust and former chief executive officer at Mersey Basin Campaign.
Director of Cirkadia, and environmental consultant with a PhD in water quality/management. Member of Environment Agency Regional Flood and Coastal Committee, member of CIWEM. Tayo has over nine years experience as non-exec director within public sector.
Former chief executive and director in the civil service, local government and academia. Since leaving Salford University where Keith was pro vice chancellor, he has undertaken a range of non-executive roles with Regenda (social housing), Groundwork (environment) and Salford College (educational).
Former Service Manager, Strategic Planning, Regeneration and Transportation, Oldham Council. Trustee and Member of the Council of Management of Huddersfield Canal Society.
Secretary of the Macclesfield Canal Society. Lead volunteer with the Trust's Macclesfield Towpath Taskforce. Ray is a retired information systems audit, risk management and information governance professional
Assistant Director Planning at Salford City Council. Trustee on the Healthy Waterways Trust.
Julian teaches architectural history and conservation at the University of Salford's School of Built Environment. Previously inspector of Historic Buildings and Areas with English Heritage and prior to that he was director of the Scottish Centre for Conservation Studies, Edinburgh college of Art School of Architecture.
Kate has 15 years experience in communications and marketing in both the public and private sector. In her job with the Environment Agency, Kate is involved in managing a diverse range of reputational risks and issues, being prepared for major incidents, as well as leading a multi-discipline corporation communications function.
Former director of environment, health and safety for the Amey Group. Previously chair of environmental partnership of the City of Birmingham where he was elected as regional West Midlands "Green Leader" Keith has a first degree in engineering and a masters degree in environmental management.
Operator of hire boats, moorings and full service boatyard on Manchester and Pennine's canals. Elected member of the Trust council representing boating businesses.
Former Managing Director Business Consultancy Trustee Citizens Advice Bureau, Trustee & Chair Cuerdon Valley Park (operations board), Sustrans Ranger and Lancashire Countryside Ranger.
Partnerships Director, The Peel Group. Chair North West Regional Forestry Framework, Director Manchester Ship Canal Developments Ltd. Trustee of Groundwork West Lancashire, Cheshire and Merseyside and Community Forest Trust. Director Manchester Ship Canal Developments Ltd.
Waterway Manager for the Manchester Pennine & Potteries Waterway. Chartered Civil Engineer who joined British Waterways regional project management team in 2000. Formerly involved in projects to complete the M60 Manchester outer ring road.
Last date edited: 22 May 2017