What is the Primate Society of Great Britain Council?
The Council is made up of elected members, bringing together experience and skills that can be utilised to increase the Society's impact and evolution. These skills include current primatology knowledge, publications, research methods and technology, marketing and communications, finance, graphic design, event planning and so much more!
Would you like to join the PSGB Council or our Subcommittees?
Council members are elected at the Annual General Meeting and remain in office for a term of three years, but no longer than two terms (six years).
To be eligible for Council, you must be a full member of the Society and satisfy a role deemed necessary by the President, Secretary and Treasurer. Subcommittees are chaired by a Council member and are in place to assist with the running of the Society. Send your application for either Council or Subcommittees to [email protected] two months prior to the Annual General Meeting. The Student Representative must be a current student or will graduate with a PhD within the same year.
Call for Applicants!
At the AGM in December (2021) we have ten Council places to fill in the coming elections. These are:
President (and Trustee)
Treasurer (and Trustee)
Research Officer (the incumbent, Dr Zanna Clay, intends to stand for re-election)
Equality, Diversity and Inclusion Officer (the incumbent, Dr Alecia Carter, intends to stand for election)
Engagement, Education and Impact Officer (the incumbent, Dr Ben Coleman, intends to stand for re-election)
2 x General member of Council.
Click here to view the call for applications! Deadline for applicants is 31 October 2021.
Meet the Council for the Primate Society of Great Britain
Click on the photos to find out who is on the PSGB Council in 2021.