British Cycling Danielle Every

Danielle Every to leave British Cycling to become Chief Operating Officer of PGMOL

British Cycling’s Cycling Delivery Director, Danielle Every, has today been announced as the new Chief Operating Officer of PGMOL, the body which oversees professional football referees and match officials in England.

Danielle, who is currently Acting CEO, will continue in this role until Spring 2023, and the process to recruit a new, permanent CEO is ongoing.

After joining the organisation from Pentathlon GB in 2018, as Cycling Delivery Director Danielle was instrumental in the development of our bespoke regional delivery plans for each of the 10 English regions, the long-term plans for the cycling disciplines published in June 2021, and more recently supporting the sport’s recovery from the impact of Covid-19.

She said: “I have loved my four years at British Cycling and will leave feeling incredibly proud of what we have achieved, and the positive impact we continue to have through our work. Over the coming months I am wholly committed to setting us on the right path as we move into another busy and exciting year of activity and ensuring a seamless and positive transition to a new CEO.”

On behalf of the Board, British Cycling Chair Frank Slevin would like to thank Danielle for her significant contribution to the organisation over the past four years and wish her well in her next role.

To find out more about our current CEO vacancy, and details of how you can apply, click here.

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