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Vaccination Head among IoD Awards finalists

Vaccination Head among IoD Awards finalists

Friday 23 July 2021

Vaccination Head among IoD Awards finalists

The Head of Jersey's vaccination programme is among the 30 finalists for the 2021 Director of the Year Awards.

The winners will be announced at a black-tie awards dinner at the Royal Yacht on Friday September 17th.

The shortlist is as follows...

Director of the Year – Large Business

  • Mark Cox
  • James Pountney
  • Gavin Reid

Director of the Year – SME Business

  • Kelly Flageul
  • Dan Hare
  • Luke Heynes

Director of the Year - Family Business

  • Mark Brandon
  • Gavin Reid
  • Mark Reynolds

Director of the Year - Public Sector

  • Amanda Burns
  • Rebecca Sherrington
  • Rachel Williams

Director of the Year - Third Sector

  • Ruth Brunton
  • Heather MacCallum
  • Bronwen Whittaker 

Young Director of the Year

  • Lee Bosio
  • Daryl Pilcher
  • Beau Waugh

Director of the Year - Start-up

  • Thomas Burston
  • Stephane Gimenez
  • Michelle Ryan

Non-Executive Director of the Year

  • Heather MacCallum
  • Phil Male
  • Andrew Treharne

Director of the Year – Sustainability

  • Emiko Caerlewy-Smith
  • Thomas Noel
  • Benjamin Strange

Director of the Year - Diversity & Inclusion

  • Jonathan Channing
  • Janet Hall
  • Heather MacCallum

This year's judging panel is chaired by Kevin Keen, who was joined by John Henwood MBE, Brendan McMahon, Dr Lesley Dickie, Kate Wright, Kristina Le Feuvre and Tom Hacquoil.

"The judging panel had a very difficult job this year, we had over 60 entrants completing comprehensive online entries," Mr Keen said. "After a lot of work and debate, we were unanimous in this list of really inspiring finalists. Jersey leadership at its very best." 

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