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Ian Hadley is a former software publisher living in Sussex, England. Within Mensa he is the [[Regional Officer]] for South East England, and is currently chairman of the [[Procedures Body]].  Ian has previously been LocSec of Dublin, CEO of British Mensa, Irish Mensa Officer, Member of the International Election Committee, Chairman and member of the British Election Committee and currently serves on the Election Committee.  Ian has organised Mensa at Cambridge and for the last five consecutive years Mensa at Silverstone where the British Formula 1 Grand Prix is held.  He has also been a member of Australian Mensa.
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'''Ian Hadley''' is a former software publisher living in Sussex, England. Ian has previously been LocSec of Dublin, CEO of [[British Mensa]], [[Irish Mensa Officer]], Member of the International Election Committee, Chairman and member of the British Election Committee, [[Regional Officer]] for [[South East]] England and member and chairman of the [[Procedures Body]].  Ian has organised [[Mensa at Cambridge]] and for six consecutive years from 2003, [[Mensa at Silverstone]] where the British Formula 1 Grand Prix is held.  He has also been a member of [[Mensa Australia|Australian Mensa]].
  
  
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Latest revision as of 08:23, 15 October 2011

Ian Hadley is a former software publisher living in Sussex, England. Ian has previously been LocSec of Dublin, CEO of British Mensa, Irish Mensa Officer, Member of the International Election Committee, Chairman and member of the British Election Committee, Regional Officer for South East England and member and chairman of the Procedures Body. Ian has organised Mensa at Cambridge and for six consecutive years from 2003, Mensa at Silverstone where the British Formula 1 Grand Prix is held. He has also been a member of Australian Mensa.