GRRaIN is managed by a Hub Director (Dr Julie Jones, Lecturer in Marketing) who will be responsible for the daily running of the GRRaIN as well as ensuring current and future strategic developments are delivered to ensure that the GRRaIN remains economically sustainable in the future.

GRRaIN is supported by a strong Advisory Board comprising of:

Academic Members:

Prof Andrew Thomas (Head of Aberystwyth Business School)

Prof Matthew Jarvis (Literature and Place; Deputy Head of the Graduate School)

Dr Julio Munoz (Lecturer in Tourism Management & Director of CLaRE Research Centre)

Dr Sophie Bennett-Gillison (Lecturer in Business and Management & Director of CLaRE Research Centre)

Mr Jonathan Fry (Lecturer in Business and Management)

Ms Martine Spittle (Project Manager Distance Learning IBERS)

Professional Services:

Dr Anne Howells (International and Business Development, Research Business & Innovation)

Dr Mathew Jones (Program Manager – Engagement, Grants and Impact, Research Business & Innovation)

Dr Rebecca Charnock (AberInnovations Industrial Research Development Manager)

Mr Tony Orme (Careers Consultant and AberPreneurs)

Dr Sarah Clarke (Rural Futures Hub Co-ordinator & Project Administrator)

Ms Catherine Moyle (Project Officer CUPHAT)

External Organisations:

Julie Morgan, Antur Cymru