Posted on 12/10/2022 in Club News
Scottish Gymnastics is pleased to welcome new faces to the team, with a number of staff changes across our teams.
Over the last year, staff members have left the organisation for new roles and challenges with others joining us to add expertise and experience from the gymnastics community.
Two were inspired by the great work of the NHS during the Covid-19 pandemic and are retraining there, with others moving to different sports to expand their experience and take the next step in their careers.
Fresh from Birmingham 2022, Gemma Archer joins us as event manager and will support the events team and technical committees to deliver the domestic event programme across all disciplines.
As the assistant sport competition manager for gymnastics at the commonwealth games and a former gymnast and coach, she brings a wealth of knowledge to the role.
Becki Campbell, a familiar face within our artistic programmes has taken up the role of artistic performance manager, combining her national coach role and supporting the delivery of performance activity across both women’s and men’s gymnastics.
Isaac Wilson has joined to support the coach education team and with membership queries, taking on the role of customer service advisor. Gregor Newton joins the wellbeing and protection team and as an ex-police officer, brings specific skills to the role of safeguarding manager.
Lorna Whyte, who has given a phenomenal amount to the sport over the last twenty years, leaves her role with Scottish Gymnastics to take up a new position with Scottish Athletics. We are hugely grateful for all of the hard work, dedication and commitment to gymnastics across the country in her career.
We wish staff members who have moved on the very best for the future, and welcome the new faces to the office.
You can find out more about our team structure and contact information by visiting the staff pages of our website.
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