JLC People

Management Commitee

Sir Philip Bailhache

Sir Philip Bailhache

Party Leader

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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Malcolm Ferey

Deputy of St Saviour

Malcolm Ferey is an Assistant Chief Minister, the Vice-Chair of the States Employment Board and Assistant Minister for Children and Families. He has previously served as the Assistant Minister for Social Security and Assistant Minister for Health and was a member of the Privileges and Procedures Committee. His career background began in the finance industry, where he gained a qualification in financial planning. He then moved into the Civil Service to work at the Social Security Department and subsequently took the position of CEO at Citizens Advice Jersey.

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John Honey


John Honey was born in Jersey and qualified as a chartered accountant at a local accountancy practice. After a 10 year period working abroad, he returned to Jersey and worked in the finance industry, ultimately as director of a trust company. He is treasurer of the CI bridge club, represents Jersey in the inter insular and teaches bridge to newcomers to the game.

Rebecca Dezio

Rebecca Dezio (née Bailhache)


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.


Julie Wallman

Julie Daly-Wallman is an international film producer. Julie has extensive feature film and television experience. She has worked with some of the most influential film producers. Julie was involved in setting up of the first fully digital TV company, Rome’s Orbit Sapienza SPA. Locally, Julie understands how carers contribute to our community as along with her twin sister, she cared for her elderly father for 8 years. Together they are passionate about improving life both for carers and for people who need care.


David Benn

Jersey born David Benn was educated at Victoria College then Pershore College of Horticulture, gaining a Diploma in Horticultural Management. He went on to having a thirty- year career in farming. During that time serving as a member and Chairman of the Jersey Royal Potato Committee, chair and member of other committees and a Director of the Jersey Producers and Merchants Organisation. He also served in the Honorary Police in St Ouën and St John. He lived in France for twelve years where he had a renovation business.  After moving back to Jersey he spent three years working for Jersey Heritage. Currently David is a Chair of the Jèrriais Section of the Société Jersiaise and a member of the Executive Committee. He is also a Director of the Jersey National Park Ltd.


Sindy Boleat

In 2000 Sindy took time out to raise her baby daughter and since that time has also been heavily involved in charity fundraising, independent personal mediation and voluntary care work. She has also worked as an unpaid carer for 13 years supporting a man with Fronto Temporal Dementia.Before that Sindy worked in the finance industry for twenty years specialising in business development primarily in Europe, working at United Nations agencies, the European Commission and British Embassies