JLC People

Candidates

Malcolm Ferey

Deputy of St Saviour

Malcolm Ferey is the former Chief Executive of Citizens Advice Jersey, his current role is Chief Executive of Headway Jersey. Malcolm’s career background began with a period of time in the finance industry, where he gained a qualification in financial planning. He then moved into the Civil Service and worked at the Social Security Department. After obtaining a qualification in the Data Protection Law, he went on to become the Department’s Data Protection Officer.

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Sir Philip Bailhache

Sir Philip Bailhache

Leader / Deputy of St Clement

Sir Philip Bailhache MA was Attorney General from 1986 to 1994 and Bailiff of Jersey between 1995 and 2009. After retirement from the judiciary, he was elected senator and was Minister for External Relations from 2013 to 2018. He led efforts to create the Jersey Arts Centre in the 1980s and founded the Institute of Law in 2008. He has served on several charitable bodies.

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Management Commitee

Graham Boxall

Chair

Graham Boxall graduated with a degree in Classics at Edinburgh University, and shortly after taught at the Jersey College for Girls for a while before entering private practice as an Advocate and, later, acting from time to time as a Relief Magistrate. He has served as chairman of a variety of organisations including the Jersey Symphony Orchestra, the Jersey Shelter Trust, the local branch of the British Heart Foundation, and the Jersey Arts Trust.

George Baird

George Baird

Treasurer

George Baird LLB, CA joined the States of Jersey working in several departments before being appointed Treasurer of the States, a position he held for ten years before moving to the private sector as a non-executive director of various financial institutions. He served on numerous local charities focusing on fundraising for the underprivileged.

Rebecca Dezio

Rebecca Dezio (née Bailhache)

Secretary

Rebecca Dezio was born and brought up in Jersey and educated in the UK. After graduating from UCL in Modern Languages, she spent the next 28 years in India, growing a family business with her husband as company director working mostly in hospitality. She returned to Jersey last year with a deep appreciation of the splendid natural environment and clean air the Island has to offer.

Members

Pierre Horsfall CBE

Pierre Horsfall CBE

Consultant

Pierre Horsfall CBE was born and educated in Jersey before joining the Bristol Aircraft Company. After qualifying as a Production Engineer, he worked on the Concorde project. He was a States member for 27 years serving as President of most major committees. He was International Treasurer of the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association, chairman of Jersey Finance Ltd, is a trustee of numerous charitable trusts, and chairman of Jersey Opera House Ltd.

Ann Esterson

Ann Esterson

Senior Policy Advisor

Ann Esterson took up the position of Assistant Director in Jersey's Education Department in the mid 80's after a career in the Finance and Public Sectors in the UK. She became Chief Officer of the then Employment and Social Security Department and, in retirement, Chair of Family Nursing and Home Care. She believes passionately in family, community and fairness.

Malcolm Ferey

Policy Advisor

Malcolm Ferey is the former Chief Executive of Citizens Advice Jersey, his current role is Chief Executive of Headway Jersey. Malcolm’s career background began with a period of time in the finance industry, where he gained a qualification in financial planning. He then moved into the Civil Service and worked at the Social Security Department. After obtaining a qualification in the Data Protection Law, he went on to become the Department’s Data Protection Officer.

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Sheila Baker

Senior Policy Advisor

Sheila Baker was a career civil servant, working initially in the Greffe, then holding senior management positions in HR, Hospitals and Education, before leading the Tourism Department as Chief Executive for ten years. After retirement, Sheila contributed to Island life as trustee of Hospice, Heritage, JACS, Beaulieu Convent School and as an Appointments Board Commissioner. Sheila is passionate about the quality of our public services, good governance and the wise use of taxpayers' money.