Two new Directors have joined the board of the Social Investment Fund.
Rachel Copeland BME and Andrew Ozanne OBE have both worked extensively in the charitable and third sectors.
Additionally, they were both chosen for their experience working with the States of Guernsey on numerous community initiatives.
“The board of the Social Investment Fund is excited to have appointed such experienced members to the board,” said Chair of the SIF, Jurat Stephen Jones OBE.
“Their understanding of the third sector and important community issues in the areas of health and law enforcement will ensure that as SIF develops it will target its support for the third sector where it is most needed,” he said.
Pictured: Ms Copeland trained as a children’s nurse and help in the founding of Bright Beginning’s Children’s Centre.
Mr Ozanne previously chaired the Crime Prevention Panel and Crime Stoppers and was awarded an OBE for his work in both law enforcement and health care.
“I very much enjoy being part of our community’s enthusiastic support of the third sector. I am delighted to be joining the SIF and benefiting from their collective experience,” he said.
The SIF uses public and private money to invest in the charitable and third sector.
Pictured: Jurat Jones, Ms Copeland and Mr Ozanne.
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