A former States Member of more than a decade has been appointed CEO of Jersey Action Against Rape.
Tracey Le Brocq (née Vallois), who spent 14 years as a States Member and was most recently a Senator, temporarily serving as Education Minister in the last Government, is the first person to be appointed to the role.
The charity, which was set up in 2015 by the McIntosh family to support survivors of rape and sexual abuse in Jersey with guidance and counselling, said the appointment was required to help it meet the demand for its services.
“I am honoured to join the team at JAAR and look forward to bringing my skill set and vision for the growth of the charity to the fore in the coming months and years” Ms Le Brocq said.
“Making a difference in the community in which we live has always been at the forefront of my life and this very important charity is the perfect way for me to bring my experiences as a States Member as well as my experiences in the financial sector into the community at a very real level.”
JAAR’s Chair, Sara McIntosh, commented: “We are delighted to have Tracey on board. Her passion for the charity together with her interests in the Law and project management have made her the perfect fit for JAAR.”
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