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Chief Commissioner of England

Sam Morris

Sam has been in Scouting since the age of 6 joining as a Beaver Scout, progressing through the sections, including volunteering with Cubs as an Explorer Scout Young Leader. Sam started his adult volunteering as a leader in the Cub Scouts and then became Assistant County Commissioner supporting the Cub Scout section.

He has experience in adult training both as a trainer and a training adviser. Sam has been a Deputy County Commissioner and served on a County Executive Committee. He has more recently been the Deputy Chief Commissioner of England for four years. Outside of Scouts Sam works for an NHS charity where he is the Head of Volunteering for five hospitals in West London. He therefore brings a rich background to his current role.

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