AJ has a background in theatre, photography and all things creative. He directed a feature length film in 2001 and followed it by writing a book about the experience. He moved to London in 2003 to work for Inspired Movies UK.
After the birth of his first daughter he went to work with the photography and design team at Comic Relief. He worked with them on 2 Red Nose Day campaigns and 2 Sport Relief campaigns.
These days he does freelance photo retouching and volunteers doing video production at his daughters school while also serving as a web administrator for London Swimming.
Mitchiko has three children swimming with CSCSC in Performance Gold, Performance Silver and Competitive Development, who all progressed through the swim pathway of CSCSC over the last 6 years.
Mitchiko has been an active volunteer for the club since April 2016 as an official (J1). She is now training for the next step as J2 and officiates at every gala one of her children enters.
Japanese and French, Mitchiko grew up in France. After graduating from ESCP Europe and the Technical University of Berlin, Mitchiko worked in finance in Tokyo and in Paris. She later moved to the United States for 7 years, starting another busy life with three young children. Before settling in London in 2012, Mitchiko lived in Hong Kong where her boys started enjoying swimming competitions.
Mitchiko joined the Committee in November 2017 as a General Member.
Constantine is a director of Armila Capital Ltd. Prior to this, he has held a number of senior positions in the financial services industry including Chief Executive Officer of Premier European Capital Ltd a London based finance company, Chief Executive Officer of LARCO S.A. a Ferronickel Mining Company and Chairman of Toledo Mining Corporation Plc a London AIM listed company. He has also held the positions of Chief Operating Officer and Board Director of Sanwa International PLC (the Investment Banking Arm of Sanwa Bank, now UFJ-Mitsubishi) and Managing Director of Debt Capital Markets and Global Head of Derivatives for Barclays Bank PLC. He also served as a member of the Barclays Bank Group Credit Committee. He is the past President of the European Finance Association and past President of European Financial Management Association.
Robin joined the committee in 2015 as IT Officer and took on the additional role as the Volunteer Web Coordinator in 2016.
Her two children joined Camden Swiss Cottage in Stage 2 of the Learn to Swim program and have progressed through the CSCSC swim pathway.
Originally from the States, Robin moved to the UK in 1997. An alumna of Rice University and Cornell University, Robin spent 5 years working as a structural engineer in NYC before changing careers in 1996 to work in banking for 15 years in IT and Project Management.
Robin is an active volunteer for a variety of organisations alongside Camden Swiss Cottage, including her children’s school and her church.
General Committee Member
Richard is an IT consultant providing IT support to small businesses and professionals working from home, a photography enthusiast and has experience as a board member and chair of a local charity.
He has been involved with his grandchildren's swimming since they were born, and is delighted to have the opportunity to give back to the club that has played such an important role in his grandchildren's development.
Richard joined the Committee in November 2017 as a General Member.
Christine (Hline) Turner
Christine has two children swimming in Camden Swiss Cottage swim squads. Her older son is in Competitive Silver and her daughter is in Performance Bronze. She is extremely proud to be CSCSC’s Welfare Officer and excited to donate her time to the Camden Swiss Cottage Swimming Club.
Originally from Burma, she’s lived and studied in Auckland, New Zealand before moving to London in 1999. Her career background is in Finance and International Business and currently works as a business administrator. Christine is also a governor at her daughters’ school and has been involved in safeguarding and child protection for the past 6 years.
She believes that children and adults should safely and joyfully swim, learn or work in the environment where they feel comfortable. Therefore, she is happy to advise or help any of our members who have concerns over child protection or safeguarding.