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Rocks In The Community (RITC) are pleased to announce that Edward (Ed) Crozier has joined their board of directors and will take on the position of Chair with immediate effect.
Ed who is based in Glasgow has extensive experience as a Director and Chair in various organisations such as Scottish Rugby Union (SRU), Pro 14 Rugby, Glasgow Life, Theatre Royal and Scottish Opera.
Ed Crozier said:
“I’m both delighted & motivated to join such a community impact organisation.
“Their footprint at grassroots level is one that makes and will continue to make a measurable difference, directly & indirectly, to so many on and off the court.
“I’m excited to enact and facilitate a direct link between Scotland’s professional Basketball team Glasgow Rocks and the community they are co-joined with.
In doing so we will contribute to the ongoing health & wellbeing of all that are associated with RITC.”
Billy Singh, Rocks Community Development Officer said:
“We are delighted to welcome Ed onto the RITC board. To have him as chair is a real coup.
“Ed’s vast experience and previous successes speak for themself and this is exactly the type of appointment we need to drive the organisation forward as we enter a crucial juncture in our future.
“His experience will add immense value in achieving our goals as the community arm of Glasgow Rocks professional basketball.”
Digital Skills Camp:
Rocks In The Community hosted a digital skills camp this week in Easterhouse, with over 100 local children being taught about game design and animation in a 3D world. Thanks to corporate sponsors ECS Group the sold-out event was run totally free! To find out more about RITC and upcoming projects email Billy@glasgowrocks.co.uk.
Rocks in the Community is the charity arm of Glasgow Rocks. Its main aims are to promote and deliver programmes which enable participants across Glasgow and beyond to participate and volunteer in basketball and also to develop innovative projects that improve individuals social, physical and mental wellbeing. When signing for Glasgow Rocks all players are contracted to deliver a minimum of 6 hours a week of community work