Executive Council

Working together

Our Executive Council is made up of the Chairs of the seven Chamber Committees, plus the Chief Executive, Treasurer, legal adviser and the Vice President. It is chaired by the President of the Jersey Chamber of Commerce, Eliot Lincoln. As a Council, they provide years of experience and expertise in their various fields of the business community. As a collective group they are responsible for setting the strategic direction for the Jersey Chamber.


Cathy Elliot

Chair Building and Development Committee


Ronnie Isherwood

Chair Digital Committee

Justin Clapham Chair Finance Committee

Justin Clapham

Chair Finance Committee


Lorna Pestana

Chair Human Resources Committee

David Dodge

David Dodge

Chair Retail & Supply Committee.

Andy Jehan

Andy Jehan

Chair Transport & Tourism Committee

Adam Vibert, Chair Chamber Connection Committee

Adam Vibert

Chamber Connection Committee.

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Meet our Chair

Eliot Lincoln President

Eliot Lincoln


Eliot works closely with the Executive and the volunteers of the seven Chamber Committees to ensure that Chamber, as the largest employer representative of Jersey, promotes trade and commerce and the general prosperity of Jersey.

Before taking up the role as President in 2017, Eliot served as the Jersey Chamber of Commerce Vice-President from May 2015 - May 2017.

Eliot brings an enormous amount of leadership experience to the role of President. His proven track record of leading teams within organisational change programmes is an asset; his entrepreneurial acumen, hard work and determination is valuable in helping Chamber to adapt to the rapidly changing business environment.

Eliot’s career has seen him work in different market sectors across financial services, logistics, telecoms, and the public sector. He is currently Managing Director of BDO Greenlight.


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