We currently have eight Directors who all provide their services to us as volunteers. Directors are elected at our Annual General Meetings by our members and serve for three years.
Clive had the original idea for a local community radio station for St Albans in 1980. He founded Verulam Community Radio in 1991 and was Chairman from when the company was formed in 1993 until January 2014. he is long standing member of Community Radio Association (now Community Media Association) which successfully lobbied for Community Radio to be allowed in the UK, including over 10 years as National Council member (Director). He is responsible for some management and administration tasks of the company, including organising Outside Broadcasts and grant fund raising.
Ian lives in St Albans and worked for London Underground for 41 years. He is the Chair of the Saints City Trust. He is a volunteer for Oxfam as well as for Radio Verulam, where he is a Studio Assistant for Danny Smith and also is the football correspondent on Dereck Staines' Solid Gold Music Show, and helps arrange guests for the show.
Nick has lived in St Albans for 25 years, apart from three years in New York and Geneva. His career has included marketing, corporate finance and product management at Yahoo! and BT. Nick is a Trustee of Breast Cancer Now, the UK's largest Breast Cancer research charity. He has served as a Director at both BT and Yahoo! Nick is Chairman of the Company and a presenter on various shows.
Paul runs his own broadcast engineering business and provides services to national, local TV and radio stations.
In his spare time he likes to go off-roading with Land Rovers.
Phil Richards Wall is one of the founder directors of Radio Verulam. He is a part time Teacher in Hertfordshire schools in music technology, media studies and music ; also runs entertainment agency specialising in small discos, childrens’ parties and PA systems for outside events and conferences as well as small scale stage performances.
Stuart has lived in St. Albans for the last 13 years. A former school teacher and project manager in the IT industry, Stuart currently works as a business broker, administering Grants for the European Regional Development Fund.
Stuart has presented a variety of shows on Radio Verulam, as well as hosting several outside broadcasts.
Stuart is part of the team that trains and mentors new presenters.
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