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David was appointed as Chair of UKAD in July 2009. David is a former Chief Constable for North Yorkshire and served 35 years in law enforcement. David was a member of the National Anti-Doping Organisation (NADO) Project Board that helped shape plans and establish UKAD. In March 2013, David was elected as Chair of the Institute of National Anti-Doping Organisations (iNADO), a body representing NADOs from around the world.
Michael retired in 2012 as Chief Executive of VISION 2020 UK. He competed in six Winter Paralympic Games, was Chef de Mission in a seventh and acted as Head of Delegation at five Winter and Summer Paralympic Games, including Beijing 2008. He was Chairman of Paralympics GB from 2001 to 2008, a board member of London 2012 until February 2009 and has successfully managed sports teams in athletics, skiing and cricket. Michael was awarded an OBE in 2005 and a CBE in 2009 for services to Disabled Sport. Michael was a member of the NADO Project Board created to oversee the establishment of UKAD.
John is Head of the School of Sport, Health and Applied Science at St Mary’s University, Twickenham, and also Chair of British Ski and Snowboard.
He began his career as Head of Sports Science for the Football Association and spent 18 years as joint Director of the Lilleshall Sports Injury and Human Performance Centre at Lilleshall National Sports Centre in Shropshire, delivering sports science support to a range of National Governing Bodies. He then moved to GlaxoSmithKline as Director of Sports Science and was Chair of the London Regional Sports Board.
Philip was Chair of the Sports Council for Wales between 2004 – 2010. He is a former Chief Executive of Nottinghamshire and Glamorgan County Cricket Clubs, and was a member of the Test and County Cricket Board from 1978 to 1990.
Philip is an experienced business consultant who has worked successfully with a number of organisations from the public, private and voluntary sectors. Philip was Chair of UK Sport's Remuneration Committee, a member of UK Sport's Audit Committee, and the Major Events Panel. He was Chair of the NADO Project Board created to oversee the establishment of UKAD. He is currently Vice-Chair of UKAD and Chair of the Audit Committee.
Following 38 years of service to law enforcement, Andy has left the National Crime Agency to run a risk and security consultancy via Praesidium Solutions Limited.
Andy is in his second term as a UKAD Board Member.
Justin has a PhD in Immunology from Cambridge University and is a QC. He is a member of GTAC, the department of health advisory committee on gene transfer and stem cell technology. His particular specialty is technical disputes cases concerning life sciences, and in particular intellectual property disputes.
Janice is General Counsel at the British Equestrian Federation. She has worked in the legal sector for over 25 years in private practice, legal education and sport. She is a specialist arbitrator on the Sports Resolutions Panel and a Member of the Judicial Commission of the International Hockey Federation.
In March 2016 Pippa Britton, Trevor Pearce CBE QPM and Sarah Winckless MBE will start a three year term as UKAD Non-Executive Directors. Philip Carling, Michael Brace CBE and Andy Sellers will retire from the UKAD Board in March, April and June 2016 respectively.
Pippa Britton is a double Paralympic archer having competed for ParalympicsGB at both Beijing 2008 and London 2012. Pippa has broken three world records and has represented Great Britain at the last six World Archery Championships, gaining a medal at each one - three individual medals, two team golds and one team silver. Pippa is currently Chair for Disability Sport Wales, a member of the Elite Sport Sub-Group of Sport Wales and a member of the Para-Archery Committee at World Archery.
Trevor Pearce CBE QPM spent 40 years in law enforcement, retiring in 2015 from his post as the Director of Special Investigations of the National Crime Agency. During his extensive career, Trevor was Director General of both the National Crime Squad and the Serious Organised Crime Agency. Trevor was recently appointed as a Commissioner for the Gambling Commission.
Sarah Winckless MBE is a former GB rower, who won an Olympic bronze medal at the 2004 Athens Games and was world champion in both 2005 and 2006. Following her retirement from rowing in 2009, Sarah has chaired the British Olympic Association’s Athletes’ Commission for the last four years and was Team GB Chef de Mission at the Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games. In 2015 Sarah was awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours for services to Sport and Young People.