Alongside his role as Chief Constable, Sir David is also Chair of the Commonwealth Games 2022 Security Board and Chair of the British Police Symphony Orchestra.
Sir David received a knighthood in 2021 and the Queen’s Police Medal in 2014 for services to policing. He was appointed Deputy Lieutenant of the West Midlands in 2020 for his work in the community.
Amil sits on the Warwickshire Cricket Board as a Non-Executive Director and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Lead.
Passionate about the Games, Amil is also a Commonwealth Collective Volunteer and member of the Birmingham City Council Stronger Communities Stakeholder Panel. He is also a Trustee of the University Hospitals Birmingham charity and has previously been a school Governor.
Ellie is an independent member of the Birmingham 2022 Organising Committee Board and is driven to inspire the next generation to love swimming, both as a competitive sport, but also as an essential life skill.
Harj also serves as a Trustee of the Birmingham Hippodrome Theatre Trust Ltd, a charitable arts organisation which welcomes over 1 million visitors and participants each year through live performances, festivals, learning, participation, and community activities.
Harj started her career at international law firm Gowling WLG, where she worked as a commercial solicitor for over 10 years.
Alex has held roles on the Boards of Birmingham Forward, Birmingham Professional DiverCity and on steering groups for Aston University, BSEEN (Birmingham Skills for Enterprise & Employability Network) and a number of charities including Marie Curie’s capital appeal resulting in a brand-new state of the art hospice for the West Midlands.
Alex chaired the Independent Advisory Panel for Colmore BID’s Future Business District study culminating in the launch of ‘The Space Between’ report in October 2021, she also helped co-ordinate the ‘Birmingham Business Pledge’ setting out the professional & financial services sector’s support for the city post-pandemic.
Under James’ leadership, SCC has achieved consistent year-on-year growth, employed tens of thousands of people, supported regional economies, and led technology innovation in the UK and Europe.
James is also Co-Chief Executive of Rigby Group, the parent company of SCC, with interests in technology, airports, aviation, hotels, real estate, and financial services. He is also a Trustee of The Rigby Foundation, the group’s charitable trust.
James’ personal ethos, based on his own experience, is to grow skills within a business, ensuring family values remain at the heart of SCC. James advocates reinvestment in people and communities and takes a proactive leadership role in SCC’s charitable initiatives, with a strong focus on the development of skills and lifelong learning.
A fluent French speaker, James splits his time between SCC’s operations in France and the UK, where he lives in Warwickshire with his wife and three children.