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Women in Mining UK Announces Board Changes

By 02/07/2024News

Press Release

London – 2 July 2024: Women in Mining UK (WIM UK) announces changes to the Board of Directors. Pierre Georget will be joining the Board as a Non-Executive Director effective immediately, replacing Judith Mosely, who has served for the past seven years. Judith will remain on the Board until 31 August 2024 to ensure a seamless handover.

Pierre has been with Societe Generale since 2002 and has over 20 years of experience in advising and financing the mining, metals and industries sector. Based in London, he has developed an in-depth knowledge of the sector and is using his structuring expertise to help clients raise financing for their projects across the globe. Pierre has been involved as a coach for Young Community Leaders with the East London Business Alliance, is an active member of Societe Generale’s mentoring programme and a Mental Health First Aider.

Carole Cable, outgoing Chair of WIM UK, said, “I want to take this opportunity to thank Judith for the dedication and support she has given me, the Board, and the wider WIM UK team over the last seven years. Her friendship, contribution and wise counsel has been invaluable.”

“Pierre is a great addition to the Board with his in-depth knowledge of the mining industry, finance, and his passion for mentoring and supporting the next generation of leaders. He will be a tremendous addition to the Board, now led by our new Chair, Gina Jardine.”

Following this announcement and the separate announcement appointing the new Chair, WIM UK’s Board will be comprised of five members:

Gina Jardine(Chair, replacing Carole Cable effective 1 July 2024)
Judith Mosely (Non-Executive Director until 31 August 2024)
Dr. Sarah Gordon (Non-Executive Director)
Rachel Speight (Non-Executive Director)
Pierre Georget (Non-Executive Director)
Dr. Stacy Hope (Executive Director and MD)

Women in Mining UK (WIM UK)is a volunteer-run, non-profit organisation dedicated to promoting the employment, retention and advancement of women in the mining sector. We offer programmes and initiatives to progress women’s professional goals and career aspirations, from university all the way to Board level. These include a scholarship programme with the Camborne School of Mines and Imperial College London, internship programme, partnership with Women on Boards UK, and numerous networking, educational and mentoring events. WIM UK publishes thought leadership articles and research as well as the biennial “100 Global Inspirational Women in Mining” (WIM100), which celebrates women’s contribution to the mining industry and identifies inspirational role models to encourage future generations of women to consider mining as a career choice. For more information about joining WIM UK, please visit our website. Membership is free and open to everyone, regardless of gender or location.

Women in Mining UK Contact
Molly Stewart / Emily Hall
Co-Head of Communications
T:+44 7887 7778794