PhUSE Membership Director


Engage with and represent the views of PhUSE membership, both individuals and companies, to the PhUSE organisation through the Board of Directors. Coordinate membership services with the PhUSE Office, including the annual membership drive, to deliver increased membership in our society. Recognize membership's contributions both inside and outside of PhUSE activities. Click here to view the Terms of Reference for the position of Membership Director.

Frank Senk




Frank joined PhUSE in 2010 through the group membership drive. In 2011, Frank was nominated to the position of US Events, a position he held for two years. In 2013, Frank was nominated for US Membership Director and now holds the position of Membership Director.

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Sub Committee Details

US sub-committees seek to expand the PhUSE network and provide membership with volunteer opportunities.


  • US Membership Communication: This team works to increase awareness of PhUSE accomplishments

  • US Membership Events: This team works closely with our existing volunteer network running events and promoting attendance in the US

  • US Membership Recognition: This team recognises the many contributions of PhUSE volunteers.
  • Regional Membership: 

The Other PhUSE Board Members

Click on the links below to view the other PhUSE board members and their roles.

Operations Director
Adrienne Bonwick
Finance Director
John Hirst
Americas Director
Chris Hurley
Working Group Directors
Scott Bahlavooni and Chris Price
Technical Director
Anup Patel
Membership Director
Frank Senk
Education Director
Beate Hientzsch
PhUSE Founder and Chairman of the Board
Stephen Bamford
APAC Director 
Sarvesh Singh
Communications Director 
Sascha Ahrweiler
Special Projects Director
Yvonne Moores
EMEA Director
John Salter


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