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Mr Tom Grinyer

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Mr Tom Grinyer is the Group Chief Executive Officer at the Institute of Physics.

Tom began his career working as a Researcher for Saratoga Europe (now part of PWC). After two years he started working for the Civil and Public Services Association and also joined the House of Commons as a researcher for a recently elected MP. In 2000 Tom became Head of Campaigns for the Public and Commercial Services Union and in 2004 was promoted to Director of Communications responsible for the organisation’s communications and public affairs strategies. His remit in this role was to improve member engagement and the profile of the organisation, which saw a substantial increase in membership numbers.

In 2010 Tom moved to the Royal College of Physicians, as Director of Communications and External Affairs.  During 2013 he was interim Chief Executive and subsequently Tom’s role was expanded to that of Executive Director of Strategy, Communications and Policy in which he took on further responsibility for RCP’s business strategy; including its 500 year anniversary celebrations, patient inclusion and involvement and fundraising. Tom held responsibility for delivering high profile organisational targets and led the policy team in promotion of the RCP’s ‘Hospital on the Edge’ and ‘Future Hospital’ campaigns. He was the Chief Executive of the Royal College of Anaesthestists from July 2015 to July 2019 and Chief Executive Officer of the British Medical Association from 2019 to 2022.



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