The IC2A Team:
IC2A depends on a team of volunteers from all the IC2A member associations to achieve our goals. At times, when we have an event or initiative that we need more help with, we co-opt more volunteers with different experiences and expertise.
The IC2A Board 2018 – 2020:
In May 2018 we held an Annual General Meeting in Leipzig Germany and our elected Board was formed according to the regulations shown in our IC2A Governing Document. The term office for our elected Board members is 2 years. The IC2A Board is comprised of 3 people elected by our country member amputee associations. Click on the links to meet the Board members:
President: Dr Nils-Odd Tønnevold, Norway – The business of success
Vice President: Dieter Jüptner, Germany – Just do it!
Secretary: Jean-Pascal Hons-Olivier, France – In pursuit of dynamic activity
The Board is supported by a Secretariat Office managed by Sandra Sexton, Secretariat Manager. Click on the link to see Sandra’s biography. Sandra works with a trusted and flexible network of independent experts and administrators. Sandra is registered as a Prosthetist/Orthotist in the UK.
Angie Weatherhead is IC2A’s membership officer. Angie has experience of different information based roles across the public and charitable sector as well as the National Health Service in England, and has previously supported IC2A in a volunteer role.
Beth Sheehan is the project officer for IC2A. As an international consultant and exercise physiologist, Beth brings a passion and experience in the rehabilitation and disability sector with a particular interest and focus on the prosthetic and orthotic sector. For more information see Beth’s website.
For the OneHand project, Beth is facilitating the project’s development of guidelines for the upper limb rehabilitation process from amputation through to community integration, ensuring that the service user voice is at the centre of the project and its subsequent outcomes.
The One Hand Project:
IC2A (International Confederation of Amputee Associations) is taking part in a new project funded by the European Commission called the OneHand Project. IC2A will be working with Hy5
and The Simulation Crew (TSC). The project’s purpose is to create an improved and user centred solution for upper limb prosthetic users.
Interested participants can please contact Beth Sheehan (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further information.