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Staff at LICC

“LICC is a very forward-looking organisation, and their research takes the trouble to interview and discover the views of agnostics, who actually represent the mainstream of our population” Michael Green

aHannah Barnett: Digital Producer

As Digital Producer, Hannah is responsible for LICC's social media engagement and will be looking into making new creative resources for LICC through short films. To read more, click here

 



ABAntony Billington: Head of Theology

As Head of Theology, Antony's role is to contribute to, and develop, the biblical and theological breadth and depth of the LICC faculty. To read more, click here.


 

 

Jay Butcher - Communications ManagerJay Butcher: Communications Manager

As Communications Manager at LICC Jay is responsible for strategic decisions on getting LICC's message out. This includes digital or offline, oratory or prose, social or mobile media. Read more.

 

 

 

Tracy Cotterell: Managing Director

Tracy works as LICC's MD, overseeing all the work that LICC does. She seeks to implement our vision by developing the team, integrating and developing our various streams of activity and by keeping a focus on our strategic priorities. To read more about Tracy, click here.

 

Pippa Coupland: Team Administrator

As Team Administrator Pippa is the first point of contact for many of our supporters. She's also responsible for fulfilling all our shop orders and dealing with room hire. To read more about Pippa, click here.

 

 

aKelly Gager: Events & Office Manager

As Events & Office Manager, Kelly's role is to effectively manage all office support functions and to organise LICC's in-house and Imagine on the Road events. To read more about Kelly, click here.

 

 

 

Mark Greene: Executive Director

Mark has been the Executive Director of LICC since 1999. His particular interest area is workplace, and he has publised a number of different books on work, such as Thank God It's Monday. He is often speaking around the country on behalf of LICC. To read more about Mark, click here.

 

 

Nigel Hall: Operations Director

As Operations Director, Nigel's role is to deliver operational and administrative services that support the mission and strategy of LICC. To find out more about Nigel, click here.

 

 

 

Charles Hippsley: Director of LICC Work Forum

Charles is the Director of the LICC Work Forum. Included in the Work Forum are LICC's Workplace Associates, PrayerWorks, Executive Toolbox and a range of other projects. Read more here.

 

 

 

Celia Hudson: Finance & IT Administrator

Celia is the Finance & IT Administrator for LICC. This means that she assist the Finance Director in managing the incoming and outgoing monies of the Institute, as well as managing the IT facilities at the office. To read more about Celia, click here.

 

 

Neil Hudson: Imagine Project Director

Neil began working with LICC as the Church-Life Consultant on the Imagine project in 2006 and took over as Imagine Project Director in 2010. For more information about Imagine, click here, and to read more about Neil, click here.

 

 

Christine Hughes: PA to the Executive Director

As the Executive Director's personal assistant, Christine handles Mark's diary, appointments and engagements and supports Mark in all his tasks as Director. To read more about Christine, click here.

 

 

 

Margaret Killingray: Lecturer in Ethics

Margaret Killingray has been a part time lecturer and tutor at LICC since the late 1980s. She has degrees in Sociology and Theology and specialises in adult learning, and also the changing pattern of relationships in the modern world. To read more about Margaret, click here.

 

 

Brian Ladd: Finance & Development Director

As Finance & Development Director, Brian ensures that as an institute we use our resources wisely and effectively. To read more about Brian, click here.

 

 

 

David Leeds: WorkForum Project Manager

As WorkForum Project Manager, David is responsible for the Executive Toolbox course, Young Adults events and for overseeing the development of the Transforming Work group discipleship journey. He also has responsibility for some of LICC's commercial operations, particularly relating to the distribution of resources. To read more about David, click here.

 

Sophia McCrea: Project Worker

As Project Worker, Sophia is engaged in two key areas: the impact and analytics work that helps us track our progress and direct our plans; and projects that support the development of our work amongst young adults. To read more about Sophia, click here.

 

 

Helen Parry: Lecturer in Globalisation and Christian Lifestyle

Helen Parry is LICC's lecturer in globalisation and Christian lifestyle, bringing varied experience from twenty years of teaching English language and literature in African universities. To read more about Helen, click here.

 

 

Beverley Shepherd: PrayerWorks Project Leader

Beverley Shepherd is LICC's PrayerWorks project leader, coming from a coaching background to build a prayer project for LICC's workplace ministries. She is also an WorkForum Associate, speaking on behalf of LICC's WorkForum. To read more about Bev, click here.

 

 

JoeWartonJoe Warton: Researcher

Joe works for LICC as a contractor, undertaking various research assignments to increase awareness and understanding within the team of what is happening within the UK church. To read more about Joe, click here.

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