The Board of Governance currently includes a Chair, two independent members and the Comptroller and Auditor General.
Grace was a senior human resources professional in the Northern Ireland Civil Service with responsibility for Public Service and Civil Service Pensions with 100 staff and a budget of £300 million.
Grace is an independent member of a public sector audit committee and a Director of a Social Enterprise Company which provides training and work opportunities for disadvantaged adults.
Russel is an experienced business professional and has worked in a number of large private businesses as well as in large organisations and projects in the public sector.
He has held a wide range of executive and non-executive roles in private, public, and charitable institutions, including the Lending Standards Board, Scottish Mines Restoration Trust, Marie Curie Cancer Trust and the Audit Committee of the Department of Employment and Learning in Northern Ireland. He was previously a Board member of Audit Scotland and Chair of its Remuneration Committee.
Rob has had a successful career in local government, serving in both Scottish and English councils. He is a Chartered Town Planner but much of his career has been in corporate governance. He held the post of Chief Executive for both South Northamptonshire Council and Southend-on-Sea Borough Council.
Rob is a non-executive director with the Crown Office & Procurator Fiscal Service, on its Executive Board, Business Improvement Committee and Chairing its Audit & Risk Committee. He has served on a range of public organisations including as a board member of NHS Digital and its remuneration, management and audit & risk committees.
Comptroller and Auditor General
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Lynn was appointed as the Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG) for Jersey in January 2020 and is responsible for running the Office of the C&AG in Jersey, which is known as the Jersey Audit Office (JAO).
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