The Community Awards celebrate the local charities, organisations, groups, individuals and businesses who work tirelessly to raise money and embark on community projects for the benefit of others, across the Bailiwick and further afield.
Meet the Judges
Jason Green, a partner at law firm Collas Crill took over as chair of the Judging Panel from Andrew Ozanne earlier in 2018. Jason was a founder and chair of Autism Guernsey from 2011 to 2016, establishing a charity providing key support services to the autism community where no services previously existed.
His current charitable commitments include overall responsibility for Collas Crill's Global Corporate Social Responsibility programme as well as providing pro bono legal support to many organisations within the third sector.
Fionnuala Carvill, Chartered FCSI FCIB FCIS is a Non-Executive Director of Investec Bank (Channel Islands). Previous positions held include Head of Private Wealth Management at Kleinwort Benson Guernsey, Commission Secretary and Head of Innovation at the Guernsey Financial Services Commission and Director of Rothschild Bank (CI). In 2009 Fionnuala spent five months in China as a volunteer with VSO where she was an Organisational Development Adviser.
Fionnuala is a Board Member of The Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment; a Past President, and committee member of The Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment, Guernsey Branch; a Chartered Fellow of The Chartered Institute for Securities & Investment; a Fellow of the London Institute of Banking & Finance (Chartered Institute of Bankers); a Fellow of ICSA: The Governance Institute; an Ambassador for the Chartered Management Institute; a past Council Member of the Guernsey Chamber of Commerce; a director of The Guernsey Community Foundation; a member of the Institute of Directors; Past President of Women in Professions; a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of International Bankers and was granted Freedom of the City of London in 2007.
Charlie Cox is Service Manager for the Youth Commission with responsibility for The HUB on Guernsey. Charlie launched the HUB services in 2012 and previously worked as Area Youth Work Manager for the Youth Service.
Charlie was appointed as the youngest ever Director of a Samaritan’s branch, a role which she held until July 2014. Charlie has volunteered for a number of local charities and is passionate about supporting islanders’ emotional wellbeing.
Rachel is a director of Every Child Our Future and has been working since retirement as a health visitor, on the development of the 1001 Critical Days Agenda in Guernsey. Most recently, she has been part of the development and launch of Bright Beginnings Children’s Centre, the first in the island.
Rachel came to Guernsey in 1987 and has been fully involved in the island community since that time. She serves as a Trustee and Director on a number of Guernsey’s charities and organisations.
Tony has recently retired as chief executive of the NP Group. A Chartered Accountant he has held a range of directorships in both the private and third sector. Tony is a past chairman of local branches of the Workers Educational Association and the Institute of Directors, and was the first chairman of the Guernsey Arts Commission. He has previously sat on the judging panel of the Excellence in Training Award for the annual Awards for Achievement event, and also been a judge for the Design Awards. In 2007 Tony published a book, Guernsey in the 21st Century: a view from the first decade.