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Community Foundation begins search for new Chair

Community Foundation begins search for new Chair

Monday 28 September 2020

Community Foundation begins search for new Chair


The Guernsey Community Foundation has begun its search for a new Chair, after Wayne Bulpitt decided to step down from the role at the end of the year.

Mr Bulpitt co-founded the Foundation in 2010 with Stuart Falla and Dave Warr, and has been Chair since taking over from Stephen Jones in late 2014.

“I’ve thoroughly enjoyed my six years as Chair,” he said. “It offers you an excellent insight into the interdependencies between our voluntary sector, government, donors, grant givers and the wider community. 

“The new Chair will have the chance to act as an honest broker, facilitating the making of a significant difference to the lives and experiences of others. The role is often humbling – and sometimes frustrating – but more often than not it’s highly satisfying.”

The Chair of the foundation’s Supervisory Board, Stuart Falla, is leading the search for Mr Bulpitt’s successor.  

“Under Wayne’s inspiring chairmanship, the foundation has gone from strength to the strength,” he said. “We’re looking for someone who can build on recent successes. At the same time, this is an opportunity to find someone who will bring new thinking and new perspectives.

“We want to make the recruitment process broad and inclusive. Anyone interested in this opportunity should contact either myself or Jim Roberts, Chief Executive, before Monday 12 October to discuss the role in more detail.

"We hope to interview and appoint the successful candidate in time to allow for a brief handover period prior to Wayne’s departure.”

For more information on the role, email jim@foundation.gg.

Pictured top: Outgoing Chair of the foundation, Wayne Bulpitt.

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