Suze Endean has been appointed as the new MSA Development Manager and takes up position on 27 February. Endean has worked for the past three and a half years as the Go Motorsport Regional Development Officer for London and the South East.
Endean will be responsible for all elements of club development including managing the team of ten Go Motorsport Regional Development Officers (RDOs). She will also be working with other key stakeholders to grow and sustain the volunteer workforce, including developing and delivering volunteer recruitment and retention projects and initiatives.
Endean has been involved in motorsport including as a competitor, volunteer and licensed official for ten years and has said of her appointment: "I'm excited to have the opportunity to develop a sport I love. I have enjoyed my work in the south east and look forward to combining my experiences and skills with the challenges and opportunities that the Development Manager role will present. Supporting motor clubs, our volunteers and encouraging new people into motorsport will be my key initial priorities over the coming months."
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