United Kingdom Crowd Management Association names Chair

United Kingdom Crowd Management Association

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The United Kingdom Crowd Management Association (UKCMA) has confirmed that Anne Marie Chebib will take on the role of Chair, succeeding Eric Stuart QPM.

Stuart will be retiring from his role as Chair after five years of service and has thanked Chebib for her dedication throughout his tenure, the association has confirmed.

“All we have achieved is down to her support and unending commitment to this Association and its members,” said Stuart.

“Thank you, Annie, for all you have done, continue to do and for what you will do for years to come.”

Anne Marie Chebib

Chebib brings a wealth of experience to the association, both as its longstanding Secretary and as Managing Director of Select Security and Stewarding Ltd.

She has played a pivotal role in the UKCMA’s growth and is well respected for her contributions to the field of crowd management.

Chebib was instrumental in the successful launch of Global Crowd Management Alliance (GCMA), where she currently serves on the Board and Secretariat.

Her expertise as a crowd management practitioner and consultant extends to strategic planning, agency liaison and effective project and personnel management.

“Strong foundations”

“I am honoured to take on the role of Chair at UKCMA,” said Chebib. “I look forward to building upon the strong foundations laid by Eric Stuart and Mark Harding before him to enhance safer crowds.

“As an association, we will continue to strive on behalf of our members to work collaboratively and further enhance the association’s impact and reputation.

“I would like to sincerely thank Eric Stuart for so many years of complete dedication to the association and wish him all the best for his retirement; Eric has very large shoes to fill and I will aspire to do him proud!”

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