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The TeamMeet the People Behind The BDA
Meet our small but mighty team
Senior Management Team
Lisa is responsible for leading and supporting the BDA team and developing the overall strategy of the organisation. Reporting to the Board of Directors, she works closely with the Business Operations Manager and Development Manager to ensure that the BDA meets the objectives of the Sport England funding. She also works closely with the CEO's of the Bowls National Governing Bodies (NGB's) to ensure close collaborative working to develop the sport.
Chris is responsible for all the finance and governance processes associated with a funding award, alongside the administration of all working aspects of the organisation. He is responsible for the budget and the quarterly reporting to Sport England which is crucial for funding to be released to the BDA. He works closely with the Development Director and provides support to the team members. He line manages the Administration Officer and oversees the running of the office.
Jon’s role is to oversee and manage the club and community delivery of the BDA. This includes the Club Development Programme and Just Bowl, ensuring that both are hitting their targets outlined in the Play Bowls Strategy 2017-2021. He also has the responsibility of leading on the Data and Insight for the BDA to ensure that all areas of work are hitting their targets which is reported to Sport England on a 6 monthly basis. Jon works within the senior management team alongside the Development Director and the Business Operations Manager.
George’s role is to oversee the Club Development Programme and to ensure that targets outlined in the Play Bowls Strategy 2017-2021 are met. He also has the responsibility of leading, supporting and developing four Club Development Officers and ensuring they are delivering the programme effectively. George is also the BDA’s Disability Lead and is part of the Disability Steering Group, responsible for the implementation of the National Strategic Disability Action Plan.
David is the Club Development Programme officer for the North. His role is to ensure the clubs that have successfully applied for the programme have the support they need to grow new members, retain existing members and in doing so reinforcing the long-term sustainability of clubs.
Annie is the Club Development Programme officer for East Anglia. Her role is to ensure the clubs that have successfully applied for the programme have the support they need to grow new members, retain existing members and in doing so reinforcing the long-term sustainability of clubs.
Louise is the Club Development Officer leading the Women Can programme. Her role is to work with the bowls clubs across the country to support and increase the number of women playing bowls, coaching bowls and volunteering in bowls.