Sunday, April 18, 2021

IoD appoints Senior Branch Manager for the Midlands

The Institute of Directors has appointed Sophie Breeden as Senior Branch Manager for the Midlands.

Sophie has been promoted from her previous role as Branch Manager for the West Midlands and takes on full-time responsibility for serving IoD members across the Midlands Engine region.

The role was previously held by fellow Senior Branch Manager Rose Riley, who will now focus on the IoD’s Northern regions.

Gary Headland, Chair, IoD East Midlands, said: “I am delighted to welcome Sophie to the role of Senior Branch Manager for the IoD across the Midlands Engine region.

“Sophie knows the region very well having been the Branch Manager for the West Midlands. I look forward to working with Sophie to support our members across the region in line with the IoD’s Royal Charter.”

Brian Hall, Chair, IoD West Midlands, said: “Having worked with Sophie over recent months she has been a credit to the IoD and a passionate advocate for our members in the region. It is great to see her positive attitude and undoubted contribution being recognised.”

Sophie Breeden said: “I am excited to build on the relationships that I have already established with members in the Midlands and look forward to welcoming directors back to our portfolio of industry leading events and training courses as restrictions are eased.”

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