SEDA Sub Committee Terms of Reference
Services & Enterprise Committee Terms of Reference

Purpose
The SEDA Services and Enterprise Committee exists to support SEDA’s leading role in educational development by ensuring the relevance and viability of SEDA’s membership offer. SEDA is mindful of the need for SEC not to replicate the work of other SEDA Committees: SEC must therefore liaise regularly with other sections of SEDA to ensure that any new enterprises identified and nurtured can have long-term sustainability within the organisation.

Aims
The aims of the Services and Enterprise Committee are to:

  1. Lead SEDA’s work in identifying changing needs and initiatives in the sector
  2. Ensure the services SEDA provides address the needs of its members and the wider sector
  3. Co-ordinate an attractive and value-for-money range of services to SEDA members as part of a financially viable membership offer

Members

Victoria Wilson-Crane
Kaplan International Pathways
Erik Brogt
University of Canterbury, New Zealand
Arushi Manners
Arushi Manners
Independent Consultant
Independent Consultant
James Wisdom
James Wisdom
Independent Consultant
Company Secretary & Vice Chair, Papers Committee
Vicky Davies
Vicky Davies
Ulster University
Vice-Chair
Nicholas Bowskill
Nicholas Bowskill
University of Derby
Ruth Brown
Independent Consultant
Mark Weyers,
Mark Weyers,
Western University, Canada
Sarah Wilson-Medhurst
Sarah Wilson-Medhurst
HE Consultant and Researcher/SEDA Fellowships Co-Ordinator
Jaki Lilly
Jaki Lilly
Anglia Ruskin University
Co-Chair, Services and Enterprise Committee