PACE Executive Committee

Our Executive Committee members hold positions of authority within hospitality and catering colleges and know the sector inside and out. They give their time, expertise and enthusiasm on a voluntary basis, which is testament to their commitment to PACE and the sector.

  • They drive PACE at a national level on behalf our members
  • They are committed to meeting PACE objectives
  • They meet regularly to talk about issues relevant to hospitality and catering education and training and apply action
  • They ensure members and the sector have representation within other industry association by regularly attending meetings and providing updates on education, training, government directives and challenges
Your Executive Committee 

Geoff Booth
Geoff Booth
National Chairman

Geoff has over 30 years management experience in hospitality, business and tourism sectors, and is an active and respected figure within the wider hospitality industry.

As assistant Principal and Director of School of Hospitality at Westminster Kingsway College, Geoff is responsible for strategic planning and development in Hospitality, Business and Tourism education. He is also  instrumental in developing links between Industry and Education and with overseas hospitality providers.

Geoff's other achievements include: Fellow of the Institute of Hospitality (FIH); MSoc Sc Tourism and Leisure Services; NVQ5 Management; Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Cooks of London; member of the Academy of Culinary Arts and Founder Member of the Mercury Group.

E: geoff.booth8@gmail.com
T: 07736 649734
Sue Kenyon
Sue Kenyon
PACE Director

Sue Kenyon is a long-standing and active member of PACE.

A Hospitality Industry veteran of 34 years, Sue worked in the Hotels and the Industrial sectors before starting a career in Further Education at Tameside College in 1986. Sue left Tameside in 2003, having progressed from Lecturer to Head of School for Food, Hospitality, Travel and Tourism. She undertook OFSTED Inspector and LSN training, working on a consultancy basis for Thomas Danby College. Sue later joined the Senior Management Team at North Area College, which merged with Stockport College in 2006.

Sue is also a member of the Craft Guild of Chefs and is President of the North West Branch of the Association Culinaire Francaise (ACF), the first female to achieve this status, both regionally and nationally.

E: sukenyon@hotmail.com
T: 07766 173 112

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