We are delighted to announce that Emma Shaw, Managing Director of Esoteric, has been appointed Deputy Chair of the UK Advisory Council of TINYg.
TINYg is the Global Terrorrism Information Network, a not-for-profit association dedicated to informing and facilitating communication among its members on the evolving global terrorism threat. Since its foundation in 2006, the network’s membership has grown exponentially across 130 countries and includes security, law enforcement and academic professionals.
The UK Advisory Council is being formed as part of the next phase of TINYg’s development in its counter-terrorism networking mission. Emma will be working alongside newly-elected Chair, Paul Harvey, the founding leadership team of David Evans and Andy Williams and the Advisory Council.
Emma comments “I am very excited to be have the opportunity to help lead and facilitate the next phase in TINyg’s development and growth. As a member of the Advisory Council for a number of years, it has been so fulfilling to see the impact of TINYg’s efforts in counter-terrorism awareness by driving information sharing and networking with its membership. I am now looking forward to the next chapter and working with Paul on TINYg’s activities in the UK”.
The appointment is effective 1st October 2020.
Pictured (L-R): Emma Shaw, Andy Williams, David Evans, Paul Harvey