Executive Committee

Chairman

Air Vice Marshall Fin Monahan OBE, DFC, PhD
Monahan joined the Royal Air Force in 1991, after serving with the East Lowlands Universities Air Squadron. He flew Harriers over Bosnia and Kosovo and was awarded a Distinguished Flying Cross due to his support of Australian Special Forces in Afghanistan. In 2007, Monahan took command of Cambridge University Air Squadron. In 2014 he was appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 2014. In addition to being a founding member of the CUAS Alumni Association he is also the patron of West Lancs and Merseyside Myeloma Support Group.

President

Sir Peter Norriss KBE CB AFC MA FRAeS MCIPS RAF (Rtd)
Sir Peter read modern languages at Magdalene College Cambridge and attended the Harvard Business School.  He served in the RAF as a pilot, flying instructor, Buccaneer squadron commander, and then Station Commander at RAF Marham (Tornado GR1 and Victor K2). His final tour was as Chief Operating Officer of the Defence Procurement Agency and Controller Aircraft on the Air Force Board. On retiring from the RAF, he consulted for a number of companies and universities, was non-executive director of 2 defence companies, was President of the Royal Aeronautical Society in 2003-4, carried out major programme reviews for the Treasury, and flew cadets on an AEF.  He remains an Advisory Board member of Tickets for Troops and BFBS, is an Ambassador for Aerospace Bristol, and is Patron of CUAS.

Treasurer

Miles William-Noble MA MS
Miles joined the RAF in 1961 as a Henlow University Engineering Cadet, and a year later went to Trinity College, Cambridge to read Mechanical Sciences. He joined the Air Squadron and enjoyed flying Chipmunks out of Marshall’s Airfield. He served in the RAF until 1997, reaching the rank of Air Commodore. He has a Master’s degree in Astronautics from Wright Patterson AFB, was Senior Engineering Officer on the Harrier OCU, OC Engineering Wing at Brize Norton and OC No 1 School of Technical Training at RAF Halton. After leaving the RAF. He was Registrar of the Farriers Registration Council for 10 years, and served as High Sheriff of Rutland for the year 2004/2005.
 

Secretary

Katie Fletcher

 

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Events & Network 

Rebecca Camm MA(Cantab) PgDip RAF 
Rebecca studied Geography at Downing College Cambridge, graduating in 2009. She served as an RAF Officer for 12 years gaining qualifications in Project Management and Defensive Cyber Security. In 2023 she gained a Post Graduate Diploma in Event Management and Marketing. She currently works in adventure travel and raises money for the Lincoln Foodbanks. 

Committee Members

Deputy Ents  

Dr Leanne Eveson (Sqn Ldr) MBBS MA(Hons)Cantab MRCP fCMgr AICSM RAF 
Leanne studied Medicine at St John's College, graduating in 2010.  She is serving as a RAF Cardiology Registrar and is currenlty studying for a DPhil in medical sciences at Oxford University, focussing on enhanced assessment of coronary disease and cardiovascular risk in aircrew.

Flying Member

Ben Moss PhD
Ben studied engineering at Trinity College. Cambridge and completed a PhD with Airbus at Southampton. He is a reservist in the Royal Engineers’s airfields specialist team, and is a private engineering tutor. Ben is a keen aviator, and fond of going to northern France for lunch in his PA28.

Dep Treasurer

Peter Giles
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Dep Sec

Steph Newman
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Membership 

Sarah King
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Website 

Chris Doman 
Chris is the co-founder of Cado Security 

CUAS Representative

Alumni Association Project Officer 

Plt Off Beth Wilkinson
Beth is in her sixth and final year of studying medicine at King’s College, Cambridge. She is an RAF Medical Cadet and on graduation in 2024, she will begin working as a Foundation Doctor at Frimley Park Hospital, as part of the Defence Deanery.