Council appointed representatives

  • Lois McClure

    Studio Delivery Co-ordinator (Colleague Member)

    I became involved in co-operation after joining the Co-op’s Apprenticeship programme in 2012 and have since sought to embody all that our movement stands for and represents. I’m currently Chair of the Co-op Young Members’ Board, which represents the views of young people within our Co-op. I’m passionate about making our Co-op relevant for the next generation and believe I can bring a fresh perspective to the Council. I’m proud to be an employee member.

  • Jeevan Jones

    Economist

    I’m a lifelong co-operator – a Co-op Group member for over six years, I’m also actively involved with Midcounties Co-operative and the Co-operative Party. In my day job I work as a regulatory economist in Birmingham.

    On the Members’ Council my role is to uphold our values and principles and champion a different way of doing business. If you're a member in the West Midlands, please get in touch about how we can improve our Co-op.

  • Zoe Selby

    Store Manager (Colleague Member)

    Having worked For Co-op for 10 years working my way from ctm to store manager through all the roles. I love being a Store Manager and putting Co-op at the heart of everything I do. That’s one of the reasons I applied for Members' Council. Co-op membership is amazing and I wanted to get more involved in how decisions are made and making sure members understand how important they are! Community engagement is my passion the more I can help and get involved within the community the better. I love helping others. In my spare time I enjoy spending time with my family and my miniature poodle Bella as well as pole dancing and acro balance. I love keeping busy.

  • Chames Eddine Zaimeche

    Bid Specialist

    Biography not available

  • Denise Scott-McDonald

    University lecturer/ Cabinet member/ ward councillor

    Biography not available

  • Dion Owen

    Student

    Biography not available

  • Zach Evans

    Biography not available