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Women in Rail’s Adeline Ginn is the new group strategy and legal director at CPMS

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Multi-discipline professional services organisation CPMS has announced that Adeline Ginn has joined the company as group strategy and legal director.

Adeline is well known to many as the chair of Women in Rail, a charity she founded in 2012 as she is passionate about improving diversity, inclusion and the gender balance in the UK rail sector.

Adeline has extensive knowledge and experience of the rail industry, having worked as a lawyer in the sector for over 20 years, both in the UK and Europe. She joined CPMS from rolling-stock company Angel Trains, where she was general counsel, a position she held for the last 10 years.

A strategic leader, with a proven ability to deliver value for money and operational excellence, Adeline has high hopes for CPMS. “It is not often one gets another chance to join a growing business with great potential, driven by highly skilled and dedicated professionals,” she said. “CPMS and I share the same values and vision and I am really excited about the future.”

Mat Baine, CPMS.

Mat Baine, CPMS managing director, added: “I am thrilled that Adeline is joining us at a time when CPMS is undergoing such ambitious growth plans. Adeline’s strong values are fully aligned with those of our business and, with her extensive rail experience and industry knowledge, she is an excellent addition to the team.

“CPMS also truly understands the value of having a diverse and inclusive workforce and is committed to continue to support the Women in Rail agenda and the work undertaken by Adeline and her team.”

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