Contingent Leader and Contingent Management Team
Contingent Leader – Peter Rogers
Peter has extensive experience of international events and was a Deputy Contingent Leader for the 2015 World Scout Jamboree. As Contingent Leader he will oversee the whole UK contingent from the early planning stages and briefing weekends to the event itself and beyond.
Contingent Manager – Rachel Stockley
Rachel will oversee the event from a staff point of view, including maintaining the project plan, managing the budget and contingency planning. She has been involved in other international events including 2015 World Scout Jamboree and Roverway 2016.
Deputy Contingent Leader and Change Agent – Liz Walker
As the Contingent Change Agent, Liz will help to bring about Change – the theme of The Moot. Liz will incorporate change into all aspects of the event, from selections and briefing weekends to the event itself and post-event to ensure that all contingent members are involved in making a change. Liz has been involved in previous international events including 2015 World Scout Jamboree. She will be working with the Scouting regions to ensure a fair IST selection process, organising the briefing weekends and looking after the welfare of all Contingent members at The Moot.
Contingent Support – Andrew Sharkey
My main Scouting roles currently are Explorer Leader, Group Scout Leader, Regional Trainer and Camp Chief of the Blair Atholl International Jamborette (www.jamborette.org.uk) In the CMT I am responsible for people, both participant and IST, briefing weekends, kit etc. Internationally, amongst other things, I have led Venture Scout, Explorer and Network expeditions across the World. I have been a member of the staff team at the Blair Atholl Jamborette every two years since 1988 and have held a number of roles at four World and two European Jamborees.
The magic of World Scouting events is that you do come back a different, better, person. I go fully open to the experiences and challenges that await us. But, one personal change I do hope to succeeded in is to use the MOOT to increase my personal fitness so I can, once again, gain a T2 permit; allowing me to lead Explorers and Networkers on technically challenging mountain expeditions.
Travel and Operations – Dawn Sheppard
Dawn has previously attended several international events. As Travel and Operations CMT, she will make sure that all UK contingent members arrive safely in Iceland and will work behind the scenes to ensure that the UK contingent specific events go without a hitch!
Communications – Kay Rigby
Kay attended the 14th World Scout Moot in Canada and has been involved in a variety of international events in the past 5 years. She will be looking after emails, Facebook, newsletters and media content before, during and after the Moot. Kay is also the Girlguiding representative for the contingent.
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