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Nicole was appointed as interim Chief Executive of UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) in January 2015 and was appointed to the position permanently in March 2015. Previously UKAD’s Director of Operations, Nicole was responsible for the delivery of the organisation’s testing, intelligence and investigations, and science and medicine functions.
Nicole has worked in anti-doping since 1997, having previously worked as the Assistant to the Director and Legal Advisor at the Drug Control Centre at King’s College, and in various roles at UK Sport, where she progressed to Head of Operations before joining UKAD in 2009.
Philip is responsible for leading the delivery of business services and the development of commercial service opportunities. Previously, he worked in the third sector to enhance the business and financial capabilities of two leading charities. He is also the honorary treasurer of an international development charity. As a keen follower of football, rugby union and cricket, Philip is passionate about contributing towards a culture of clean sport.
In December 2017, Philip was selected as one of 12 members of the CAHAMA sub-group on WADA finance.
As Director of Operations, Pat oversees the development of the science and medicine, testing, and intelligence and investigations programmes at UK Anti-Doping.
He has more than thirty years experience in law enforcement having worked in the Metropolitan Police, National Crime Squad and Serious Organised Crime Agency.
He was a member of the Olympic Security Directorate, planning and delivering the safety and security plan for the London 2012 Games.
Emily was appointed as Director of Communications of UK Anti-Doping (UKAD) in February 2017 and is responsible for setting strategy and overseeing media relations, stakeholder management, public affairs, digital and internal communications as well as events.
Prior to joining UKAD, Emily was Deputy Chief Executive of a health charity for five years. Before that she worked in local government, the voluntary and private sector. She has particular expertise in campaigns and behaviour change. She is also a board member of the What Works Centre for Wellbeing.