Ronnie Isherwood

Ronnie Isherwood
Chair - Digital Committee


Ronnie is a technology consultant with more than 20 years' experience. He is an occasional author and trainer having co-authored a technology book helping administrators plan, build, implement, and enhance IT and security compliance policies and has devised courses for Microsoft, PAKT Publishing and the Jersey International Business School. His topics range from designing, deploying and monitoring enterprise systems to disaster recovery, reporting and security awareness for financial services staff and directors.

Ronnie co-owns JE3.COM, one of Jersey's newest, fast-growing IT companies, helping clients with a broad range of business and technology solutions. He has created the JE3 research and development function and is currently developing several applications.

Ronnie holds several voluntary roles including Chair of The Jersey Chamber of Commerce Digital Business Committee and Chairman of the Chartered Institute for IT (Jersey). He is also a founder of the Jersey TechFair and a Governor at Haute Valley School.

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