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IoD appoints two new committee members

IoD appoints two new committee members

Friday 27 May 2022

IoD appoints two new committee members

Friday 27 May 2022

Guernsey’s Institute of Directors has appointed two new committee members.

Gill Morris and Jill Clark have more than 50 years' combined experience in director and leadership roles.

IoD Chair, Wendy Dorey, said the organisation “endeavours to maintain our committee at the highest standard and include a balanced representation of Guernsey’s industries”.

“Our two newest members bring key experience and industry and political knowledge that will diversify the committee and strengthen our skillset.”

Ms Clark founded Customer-Excellence, a consultancy firm seeking to improve a business's customer experience. Before founding the company, she enjoyed more than 20 years in operations at Specsavers.  

She has a strong personal focus on professional development. She has a Master’s of Business Administration and was awarded Distinction in the IoD’s Diploma in Company Direction in 2021. 


Pictured L-R: Jill Clark and Gill Morris

Ms Morris is the founder of Gill Morris Consulting, which provides tax, valuation and risk management support to localbusinesses. She has experience working for commercial enterprises in Guernsey, London and Australia.  

She is also a non-executive director and chair of the audit committee for two local organisations supporting their strategic direction and regulation response. She has more than 30 years of experience in tax, with 20 years based in Guernsey.  

"Both members thoroughly understand the role of a director in a close-knit community and donate time to charitable initiatives that work to improve the lives of local children and adults. I look forward to welcoming these new members at our May breakfast," continued Ms Dorey. 

These appointments were made following an extensive formal recruitment process focused on further broadening the skills and experience of the existing committee.

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