Remap welcomes new staff
Posted 21 February 2018 in News
Remap is delighted to welcome two new members of staff, Sophie Morrison and Adam McEvoy.
Sophie Morrison is the new Network Development Manager focusing on supporting our vast network of volunteers with all aspects of group development, including expanding our volunteer base, raising the profile of our panels and promoting the charity throughout the country.
Sophie said, “I am delighted to be joining the team at Remap. It is a charity unlike any other and I am in awe of the talent and skill donated by our volunteers every day. Their work makes a real difference to the lives of disabled people up and down the country. I’m looking forward to working with them all so that we can reach more people and spread awareness about the help we offer.”
Adam McEvoy is the new Business Development Manager. Adam has a background in disability sports development, previously employed at Valence School in Westerham, a special needs school for students with physical disabilities and complex medical needs and as a regional development officer for the Wheelchair Football Association, developing the sport of powerchair football.
This new role will see Adam focusing on supporting the Chief Executive with the development and stability of the charity as well as assisting our local groups across the country with fundraising guidance, advice and support.
Adam said “Having worked in disability sport for 8 years, I am passionate about supporting the disabled community. I am looking forward to the challenge of developing Remap and working alongside the many brilliant volunteers who are the heartbeat of the charity.”
Chief Executive David Martin commented, “We are delighted to welcome Sophie and Adam to Remap. They bring the expertise and experience needed as we enter an exciting new phase of development.”