The island’s top directors have been announced in a black-tie event aiming to celebrate excellent leadership across a range of sectors and organisations in Jersey.
Held at the Royal Yacht, the 2022 IoD Jersey Director of the Year Awards was hosted by impressionist Jon Culshaw, with the Chief Minister, Lieutenant-Governor, and Bailiff in attendance.
Each of the 11 award-winners was selected by judges Kevin Keen (Chair), Heather MacCallum, Dan Hare, Helen Hatton, Kate Wright, Kate Nutt, and Chris Ambler.
IoD Jersey Chair Natasha Egré described the winners as "inspirational".
"Our thanks go to the judges for their acuity in choosing our winners. I was also pleased to be able to recognise the achievements of IoD Jersey's former Chair, and Head of Legal and Technical, Jersey Finance, Lisa Springate, in my Chair's Award this year. Lisa has contributed a tremendous amount to the business community and our island, which is down to her inspiring and collaborative leadership style and passion to make a difference for Jersey."
Director of the Year – Large Business
Paul Murphy (Onogo)
Director of the Year – SME Business
Chris Le Masurier (Jersey Oyster Co.)
Family Business Director of the Year
Gerald Voisin (Voisins)
Start-up Director of the Year
Rob McCombie (TCA Digital)
Third Sector Director of the Year
Donna Abel (Jersey Cheshire Home)
Public Sector Director of the Year
Amy Taylor (Digital Jersey)
Young Director of the Year
Nathan Nicholls (Switch Digital)
Director of the Year – Equality, Diversity & Inclusion
Julia Warrander (Affinity Private Wealth)
Director of the Year – Sustainability
Mark Brandon (SunWorks Ltd)
Non-Executive Director of the Year
Alan Merry (Jersey Post)
Lisa Springate (Head of Legal and Technical, Jersey Finance)
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