Who we are

Lynn Pamment
Comptroller and Auditor General
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Lynn took up the role of Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG) for Jersey from 1 January 2020.  She is responsible for running the Office of the C&AG in Jersey, which is known as the Jersey Audit Office (JAO).

In her role Lynn provides the States of Jersey with independent assurance that the public finances of Jersey are being regulated, controlled and accounted for in accordance with the Law.  As C&AG she also considers and reports to the States on improvements to internal controls and internal audit; the economy efficiency and effectiveness of the use of resources; and general corporate governance arrangements of both the States and of States funded bodies. Lynn also appoints external auditors (currently Mazars) and liaises with and attends both the Public Accounts and the Audit Committees.

Prior to her appointment as C&AG, Lynn was a lead partner in PwC UK’s Government and Public Sector Assurance practice where she gained over 30 years’ experience of working in an assurance and advisory capacity with public and private sector organisations in the UK and beyond. She was also PwC’s Cardiff Office Senior Partner responsible for PwC’s practice of over 250 professional staff in Wales.

Lynn is a first class honours graduate from Cardiff University. She is a prize winning member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) and is also a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA).

Lynn is a UK member of the International Public Sector Accounting Standards Board and is the Chair of the Financial Reporting Advisory Board to UK HM Treasury.

Rozena Pedley
Communications and Administration
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Rozena has supported the Office of Comptroller & Auditor General since it was established by the States of Jersey in 2005. Appointed to the JAO primarily to manage it’s public facing communications, Rozena also provides an administrative support function to the C&AG.

Qualified as a CIPR (Chartered Institute of Public Relations) practitioner, and holding a Professional PR Diploma, Rozena’s experience spans both the public and private sector, in Jersey and the UK. She has developed and executed communications programmes and public events on behalf of organisations for the past 20 years.

After returning to Jersey from the UK, where she trained, Rozena was appointed as the first communications professional to the former Financial Services Department of the States; then went on to manage communications on behalf of the Jersey Financial Services Commission and Jersey Finance, before setting up in private practice.


Andrea White
Affiliate to the JAO
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Andrea is a freelance consultant specialising in governance, financial management and achieving value for money.

Formally a Director with KPMG and a District Auditor with the Audit Commission, Andrea has over 20 years’ experience carrying out independent audits and investigations for a wide range of health and local government bodies. Andrea has worked as an affiliate of the Jersey Audit Office since 2013, carrying out financial, governance, and value for money projects on behalf of the Comptroller and Auditor General.

Andrea has held a variety of non-executive board roles and is currently an Independent Audit Committee member of the West London Waste Authority and of Southampton University. She also serves on the Disciplinary and Regulatory Committees of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and the Association of Accounting Technicians.  She is also a Trustee of the Association of Accounting Technicians Pension Fund.

Andrew Lewis
Affiliate to the JAO
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Andrew Lewis ACA BSc. Andrew is a Chartered Accountant and has worked in the public sector for over 30 years He joined the Audit Commission in 1983 and became a District Auditor in Wales signing off public sector accounts and undertaking value for money studies across the whole range of local authorities’ and health organisations’ services.

He left the Audit Commission in 2004 to set up his own management consultancy business. He was subsequently employed by the NHS in Wales, firstly as Acting Chief Executive of the National Leadership and Innovation Agency for Healthcare and then as Director of Innovation and Improvement at Cardiff & Vale Health Board reporting to the Board on performance, innovation, audit and IT.

He retired from the UHB in 2013 and returned to running his management consultancy business, specialising in advising public sector organisations how to improve financial governance and value for money

Ann Trudgeon
Affiliate to the JAO
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Ann specialises in helping public services to identify opportunities to improve performance and value for money. Her work as part of the Jersey Audit Office over the last 7 years has primarily but not solely focussed on supporting the C&AG’s reviews of hospital, community and social care services.

Ann is a qualified Speech and Language Therapist and has worked in industry, charity, education and the health sector. For 11 years Ann was a senior health specialist for the Audit Commission in England, designing and leading major performance improvement reviews across a range of public sector organisations and systems.

Ann also undertakes some consultancy work on governance and value for money for UK based charities and the NHS. She has a growing interest in how clinicians engage with what services cost, as well as what outcomes they deliver, to help them to make decisions on using resources to maximise the benefit to service users.

Ant Harrison
Affiliate to the JAO
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Ant has worked in technology for more that 30 years. His career started at Fujitsu Services, where he specialised in large system design and security. He then spent 10 years at the Audit Commission where he led the IT VfM team in NW England and was the architect of four national studies. He then spent 10 years at NCC Group PLC where he led the public-sector technology consulting practice.

Ant became an independent consultant in 2010 with his key specialisms being IT strategy, sourcing and governance. Ant’s clients span sectors including government (central, local, blue light), financial services, transportation, higher education and retail/e-commerce.

Ant has an MSc in computational physics and holds an MBA.

Gill Lewis
Affiliate to the JAO
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Gill is currently a Business Consultant specialising in the public sector. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy and has worked across many parts of the public sector for over 30 years.

She started her career in health, moving to audit and was Head of Audit in Wales with the Audit Commission. She was a Partner with the Wales Audit Office before moving into Health and Social Care. She has held Director positions in a number of Local Authorities and is currently the Interim Chief Officer Finance. Performance and Change in Bridgend County Borough Council.

She is also an Independent Member on the Health Education and Improvement Authority for Wales which is responsible for all professional education, training and workforce issues. She was Chair of the Public Services Staff Commission in Wales from 2015 -2018, advising Welsh Government Ministers on public sector workforce issues.

Graham Liddell
Affiliate to the JAO
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Graham is member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW) with more than 25 years of experience working in the public sector. His previous roles have included senior technical manager for the Audit Commission, leading Grant Thornton’s public sector technical service and head of internal audit at Brighton & Hove City Council.

In addition to his work for the Jersey Audit Office, Graham works as an independent consultant in the UK public sector.

John Chesshire
Affiliate to the JAO
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John is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors and also holds QIAL, CIA and CISA qualifications. 

For 10 years he was the Chief Assurance Officer for the States of Guernsey, providing leadership to the internal audit, risk management and wider assurance communities. John has held other, senior executive management roles during his public sector career and has over 20 years’ experience working in the internal audit, risk management, business improvement and governance fields.  

In addition to his work for the Jersey Audit Office, John is the Independent Audit Committee Chair at the London Borough of Hillingdon. He also regularly works with the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors, the Institute of Risk Management and is a Visiting Lecturer at Birmingham City University. John is particularly interested in organisational culture, change initiatives, transformation and technology risk. 

John is a freelance consultant and trainer and works extensively with professional institutes, public, private and third sector organisations across Europe.  

Martyn Gill
Affiliate to the JAO
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A cyber security professional with over 15 years’ experience across both public and private sectors, Martyn is the co-founder and currently holds the role of Global Managing Partner for global cyber security start-up firm, Wembley Partners. Martyn specialises in assessing, designing and implementing cyber intelligence programmes for large private sector organisations as well as public sector departments both in the UK and overseas.

Previous roles have included Senior Manager, Head of Cyber Threat Intelligence, at Deloitte, Cyber Security Specialist at BAE Systems Applied Intelligence and an Intelligence Officer for a UK government department.

Additionally, Martyn supports a number of start-up businesses as a non-executive Director with the aim of assessing cyber security policies and controls before advising on relevant best practice implementation.

Paul Miller
Affiliate to the JAO
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Paul is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA), a Fellow of the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) and holds a MBA from Cardiff University.

Since 1994 he has held wide variety of Board posts in both Wales and England. This has including sixteen years a Director of Finance, five years as a Chief Executive and three years as a Director of Strategy. He has also worked in a wide variety of organisations, including Acute, Mental Health, Specialised Services, Public Health, and the Welsh Assembly Government.

Since his retirement in 2018 Paul became a Non-Executive Director in Salisbury NHS FT, continued his work as an Executive Coach, is the national lead trainer for the Future Focused Finance (FFF) Best Possible Value (BPV) Programme, provides a wide variety of consultancy & training and finally is a HFMA Academy tutor.

Stephen Taylor
Affiliate to the JAO
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Stephen is a qualified accountant and audit professional with extensive experience in public sector governance and management. He undertakes governance reviews and investigations for the JAO. 

Stephen spent the majority of his career with the Audit Commission in the UK holding a variety of roles including Director of Audit, Head of Audit for Southern England and District Auditor. Stephen was President of the European Organisation of Regional Audit Organisations from 2010 – 2012. 

Since 2012, he has worked freelance in the public sector, largely in the Channel Islands. He had a period as Interim Chief Executive for the States of Alderney in 2014 and now works in a part-time role with the Alderney Civil Service, providing ongoing support on a range of financial matters.  

Stephen is Chair of No Limits (Southampton), a charity providing support for children and young people, and Interim Chair of the Alderney Commission for Renewable Energy. 


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