CILIP Cymru Wales Committee

  • Sharon Cook, Candidate Support Officer
  • Andrew Eynon, Mentor Support Officer
  • Lori Havard, Activities Officer
  • Dylan Hughes, Treasurer
  • Paul Jeorrett, WHELF representative
  • Ann Jones, Public Library Sector representative 
  • Marlize Palmer, KIM and Government Libraries representative 
  • Nicola Pitman, SCL representative
  • Mandy Powell, CILIP Assistant Director- Workforce Development

  • Kathryn Parry, Development Manager, CILIP Cymru Wales

  • Helen Staffer, Awards Officer
  • Tracey Stanley, Chair
  • Lori Havard

    Activities Officer

    Lori Havard is Activities Officer CILIP Cymru Wales. Lori is Head of Academic Support, Information Services and Systems at Swansea University

  • Sharon Cook

    Candidate Support Officer

    Sharon Cook is the Candidate Support Officer for Wales



    CILIP Cymru Wales would like to hear from Members interested in joining Sharon as a Candidate Suuport Officer , to cover other parts of Wales

  • Tracey Stanley


    Tracey Stanley is the Chair of CILIP Cymru Wales and will serve for 2 years until Dec 2017. Tracey has served 2 years as Vice Chair.

  • Kathryn Parry

    Kathryn Parry

    Development Manager CILIP Cymru Wales

  • Rebecca Davies

    Kathleen Cooks Fund Treasurer

    Rebecca Davies is Treasurer of the Kathleen Cooks Fund and Pro Vice-Chancellor of Aberystwyth University.

  • Andrew Eynon

    Mentor Support Officer

    Dr Andrew Eynon is the Mentor Support Officer for CILIP Cymru Wales.

    Andrew is the Library & Learning Technology Manager for Grŵp Llandrillo Menai

    Contact email

  • Secretary, vacant post


    CILIP Cymru Wales is looking for a volunteer to join the CILIP Cymru Wales Committee in the post of Secretary.

    Please see links for info about the post and contact for more information.

  • Nicola Pitman

    SCL Wales representative

    Nicola Pitman is Central Library Manager at Cardiff County Council.

  • Dylan Hughes


    We warmly welcome Dylan as of January 2017  to the Committee and will benefit greatly from his vast experience with Welsh Libraries.

  • Paul Jeorrett

    WHELF representative

    Paul started his career in the Library at the Zoological Society of London (London Zoo) and was finally released into the wild to then follow his career in academic libraries Oxford Polytechnic, Northern College (Dundee) and now Glyndwr University (formerly North East Wales Institute of Higher Education). He has been active in CILIP throughout his career mainly with University College and Research Group (now ARLG) both in Wales and nationally.