Keira is currently in her second year of A-Levels at Pembrokeshire College studying; Psychology, Sociology and Economics. Following completion of her A-Levels she is planning to go to University to study Psychology and Behavioural Analysis, aiming to get a BPS-accredited BSc degree. Her fundamental aspirations are to be a psychiatrist in the Ministry of Defence. She is fondly interested in how a variety of symptoms associated with mental health disorders can be manifested in response to traumatic events.
Director of Children and Schools, Pembrokeshire County Council. Former Headteacher and Chief Education Officer. Specialist areas are school improvement and additional needs. Currently working to improve outcomes for all students through school improvement, improving school leadership through coaching and performance management and a school modernisation programme.
Professor John Gammon, BSc(Hons), MPhil, MA(Ed), PhD, RGN
John is currently Deputy Head, College of Human and Health Sciences, Swansea University and Non-Executive Board Member at Hywel Dda University Health Board. He has previously been a Board member of Carmarthenshire NHS Trust.
He qualified as a nurse at Westminster Hospital, London, and gained his Bachelor of Science degree (BSc Hons) at South Bank University, London. John’s clinical expertise is infection prevention and control with national and international recognition. He is an active researcher with publications on infection prevention, quality improvement, workforce planning and teaching practice, with a number of publications on these subjects.
John has taught in higher education for many years with considerable experience of working to influence and develop education programmes, in relation to healthcare, leadership and management and health policy. He continues to work with national and international Governments, and healthcare companies advising on professional education and infection prevention. He was awarded his Professorship in 2013.
John Chairs a number of regional, national and international advisory committees and editorial panels for academic journals. He has extensive personal networks, built over a long clinical and academic career, which help inform his thinking, research, teaching and professional behaviour. He is passionately committed to the value of education, interdisciplinary teaching and working with a commitment to support others.
Michael is currently in his second year of A-Levels at Pembrokeshire College studying; French, History and English Literature. He is very interested in politics and how the governance of our country works and hopes to work in this field in the future. He loves to swim, which he does every week.
As part of its summer work programme, the College has a scheduled power outage from this Friday the 16th August 2019 at 3pm to the start of business on Monday 19th August 2019.
This means that all systems including the telephone system and online applications will not be available.
In the event of having to contact the College because of an emergency please call the following mobile number: 07989 430703
Fel rhan o’i raglen waith haf, mae gan y Coleg doriad pŵer wedi’i drefnu o’r dydd Gwener hwn, 16eg Awst 2019 am 3pm i ddechrau busnes ddydd Llun 19 Awst 2019.
Mae hyn yn golygu na fydd yr holl systemau gan gynnwys y system ffôn a cheisiadau ar-lein ar gael.
Os bydd yn rhaid i chi gysylltu â’r Coleg oherwydd argyfwng, ffoniwch y rhif ffôn symudol canlynol: 07989 430703
Iwan Thomas is the Chief Executive Officer of PLANED, and joined the organisation in October 2018 having worked in the public sector for over 20 years; most recently being a Regional Programme Manager with the North Wales Economic Ambition Board for five years, including working on the Growth Deal to support key and growth economic sectors.
Iwan is a passionate advocate of supporting communities via both skills development and promoting enterprise. With direct experience of also developing the Regional Skills Partnerships model across Wales, and delivering sustainable outcomes, particularly for young people within communities, Iwan has been able to work in partnership with employers and politicians on key projects of local, regional, and national significance.
Iwan has also sat on, and led a number of Boards, including being the Chair of Board of Trustees for three years, of North Wales Science, with responsibility for running Techniquest Glyndwr in Wrexham; a Trustee of Theatr Clwyd in Mold; and also an Advisory Board Member of the North Wales Schools Consortia – GwE.
PLANED is a community development organisation and charity that has over 30 years of experience of delivery across Pembrokeshire and West Wales, and currently administers the £3million LEADER fund for the county to support innovative projects within communities. This is in addition to projects supporting digital inclusion, community shares, land trust, well-being & resilience, and environmental sustainability, from their head offices in Narberth.
Dr Barry Walters MSc, PhD, PGCE
Pennaeth Coleg Sir Benfro
Penodwyd Barry yn Bennaeth dros dro yng Ngholeg Sir Benfro ym mis Gorffennaf 2018 ar ôl bod yn Ddirprwy Bennaeth cyn hynny (Mawrth 2012 – Mehefin 2018). Yn dilyn cyfnod byr o ddysgu cyfrifiadureg yng Ngholeg Croydon, ymunodd â Phrifysgol Kingston yn 1990. Yn darlithio yn y Gyfadran Fusnes, daliodd amryw o swyddi cyn dod yn Bennaeth yr Ysgol Rheoli Gwybodaeth Busnes. Tra roedd yn Kingston, treuliodd gyfnod sabothol yn gweithio ym Mhrifysgol Halmstad, Sweden ac yn 1989 treuliodd flwyddyn, fel rhan o’i ymchwil ôl-raddedig, yn gweithio ym Mhrifysgol Xiamen, Tsieina. Fel arolygydd cymheiriaid gydag Estyn, mae wedi cymryd rhan mewn nifer o arolygiadau colegau addysg bellach.
Mae Barry yn hyfforddi pêl-droed a rygbi iau ac mae ganddo ddiddordeb cyffredinol mewn chwaraeon.
Rheolwr Marchnata a Recriwtio Dysgwyr Coleg Sir Benfro
Charlie Royal sy’n gyfrifol am farchnata darpariaeth y Coleg sydd yn cynnwys cyrsiau Lefel A, diplomâu, prentisiaethau, graddau, cyrsiau rhan-amser a chyrsiau busnes yn ogystal â gweithgareddau masnachol y Coleg. Mae Charlie hefyd yn gyfrifol am weithgareddau Derbyniadau, Llais y Dysgwr a gweithgareddau Rhyngwladol y Coleg.
Gyda gradd Meistr mewn Arwain a Rheoli AB, mae gan Charlie dros 15 mlynedd o brofiad o farchnata coleg addysg bellach ac mae wedi treulio’r wyth mlynedd ddiwethaf yng Ngholeg Sir Benfro. Cyn gweithio yn y sector AB, gweithiodd Charlie mewn swyddi rheoli yn y diwydiant lletygarwch ac mae ganddi brofiad helaeth ym maes gwasanaeth cwsmer.
Daeth Charlie yn staff-lywodraethwr yn 2017.
Llywydd Fforwm Ymgynghorol Coleg Sir Benfro
Yn weithiwr yn yr Adran Gwaith a Phensiynau am 38 mlynedd.
Roedd yn Rheolwr Ardal ar gyfer y Gwasanaeth Cyflogaeth yn Ne Orllewin Cymru, yn atebol am Ganolfannau Gwaith ar draws Sir Benfro, Ceredigion a Sir Gaerfyrddin. Yn ddiweddarach daeth yn Rheolwr Cysylltiadau Allanol Rhanbarthol Cymru, gan weithio i ddod â hyfforddiant a chyflogadwyedd San Steffan a Chynulliad Cymru at ei gilydd er budd y rhai sy’n chwilio am waith neu a oedd yn dymuno newid gyrfa neu ddatblygiad gyrfa.
Roedd y rôl hefyd yn golygu ei bod yn gweithio gyda chyflogwyr ledled Cymru i ddeall bylchau sgiliau a materion cyflogadwyedd ac yna i ddwyn y wybodaeth honno i sylw gwneuthurwyr polisi yn y Bartneriaeth Ranbarthol Dysgu a Sgiliau a byrddau gwasanaeth Awdurdodau Lleol.
Roedd Jocelyn yn aelod o’r Fforwm Ymgynghorol cyn ymgymryd â’r llywyddiaeth ym mis Mehefin 2018.
Cyn ymuno â’r Adran Gwaith a Phensiynau, roedd yn gweithio mewn gwahanol rolau yn y sector preifat ac yn mynychu Coleg Hyfforddi Athrawon yn Weymouth.
Yn angerddol am Sir Benfro, mae’n byw yn lleol gyda’i gŵr ac mae ganddi ddau o blant sydd wedi tyfu i fyny ac sy’n gweithio ac yn byw yn y Sir.
Mae Paula yn cynrychioli lletygarwch Cymru ar Banel Achredu Lletygarwch Pobl yn Gyntaf, sy’n cyfrannu at Fforwm Twristiaeth De-orllewin Cymru, yn aelod o Gynghrair Twristiaeth Cymru, yn cefnogi’r Grŵp Clwstwr Twristiaeth a Lletygarwch Partneriaeth Sgiliau a Dysgu Rhanbarthol ac mae’n aelod o bwyllgor Cymdeithas Croeso Tyddewi.
Mae Paula wedi mwynhau gyrfa o 30 mlynedd yn gweithio yn y diwydiant twristiaeth a lletygarwch. Yn gyn-fyfyriwr coleg addysg bellach, dilynodd ei gyrfa ym maes twristiaeth fel asiant teithio, trefnydd teithiau tramor, rheolwr marchnata ym Maes Awyr Caerdydd, cyn symud ymlaen i letygarwch drwy weithio yn rhai o westai 4 a 5 seren mwyaf blaenllaw Cymru gan gynnwys Gwesty a Sba St Davids a Gwesty Hamdden The Vale, cyn symud i Sir Benfro i ymuno â Gwesty Sba St Brides yn 2004. Gan gymryd seibiant byr o letygarwch, gweithiodd Paula fel rheolwr Canolfan Ymwelwyr Oriel y Parc ac Amgueddfa Cymru – Oriel Cymru.
Ers 2014, hi yw Rheolwr Cyffredinol y Grŵp Retreats, sy’n rhedeg tri o westai moethus mwyaf blaenllaw Cymru, sef Gwesty Tŵr y Felin, Castell Roch a Priordy Penrhiw.
Cllr Cris Tomos
Mae Cris wedi bod yn ymwneud yn helaeth â datblygu cymunedol ers dros 25 mlynedd ac wedi bod yn wirfoddolwr ar nifer o sefydliadau a phrosiectau – o Drysorydd y neuadd bentref leol i fod yn aelod o Fwrdd Menter Gydweithredol 4CG – meysydd parcio mewn perchnogaeth gymunedol, manwerthu, swyddfeydd, gweithdai a chanolfan grefftau – a brynodd hen orsaf yr Heddlu a’r Tŷ Cwrt yn Aberteifi hefyd yn 2013.
Cris yw Cadeirydd Cwmni Cydweithredol Ynni Adnewyddadwy Cwm Arian gyda chynlluniau i ddatblygu datrysiadau carbon isel ac ynni adnewyddadwy ar gyfer cymunedau yng Ngorllewin Cymru. Derbyniodd Cris wobr Cydweithredydd Cymraeg y Flwyddyn yn 2012 a Phencampwr Mentrau Cymdeithasol Cymru y Flwyddyn yn 2013.
Cefnogodd Cris bryniant cymunedol Y Tafarn Sinc lle cododd 509 o bobl dros £400,000 i brynu’r dafarn eiconig yng Ngogledd Sir Benfro.
Mae’n gweithio’n rhan amser i PLANED yn Arberth ac o fis Mai 2017, cafodd ei ethol yn Gynghorydd Sir ar ward Crymych ac mae bellach yn aelod Cabinet Cyngor Sir Penfro dros yr Amgylchedd a’r Iaith Gymraeg.
Mae Andy Jones yn Brif Weithredwr dros dro ym Mhorthladd Aberdaugleddau. Ymunodd Andy â’r Porthladd fel Cyfarwyddwr Cyllid yn 2011, ac yna yn 2014 daeth yn Ddirprwy Brif Weithredwr.
Mae Andy wedi’i gymhwyso fel Cyfrifydd Siartredig gyda PricewaterhouseCoopers yng Nghaerdydd cyn parhau â’r cwmni yn Nhoronto, Canada. Yn 2000, fe’i penodwyd yn Gyfarwyddwr Cyllid ar gyfer is-adran o’r cwmni enfawr Manitowoc, ym maes gweithgynhyrchu peiriannau ac offer S&P500. Wedi hynny symudodd i rôl Cyfarwyddwr Gweithrediadau o fewn busnes offer coginio masnachol y cwmni a bu’n gweithio’n agos gyda chogyddion, perchnogion bwytai a chadwyni bwyd fel McDonalds. Yn 2007, cymerodd Andy drosodd fel Cyfarwyddwr Masnachol ar gyfer busnes dosbarthu Manitowoc yng Nghanada, gan dyfu’r busnes yn sylweddol bob blwyddyn. Yn 2009, dechreuodd ar ei gwmni llwyddiannus ei hun gan ganolbwyntio ar ddarparu gwasanaethau ymgynghorol dibynadwy i berchenogion Busnesau Bach a Chanolig, cyn dychwelyd i’r DU.
Mae Andy yn aelod o Fwrdd Menter Dyfrffordd y Ddau Gleddau, Cyngor y CBI yng Nghymru ac yn un o Gyfarwyddwyr Ymddiriedolwyr Cronfa Bensiwn Genedlaethol y Peilotiaid.
Cyfarwyddwr Adnoddau a Swyddog S151 i Gyngor Sir Penfro ac ERW
Mae gan Jon dros 30 mlynedd o brofiad o weithio yn y sector cyhoeddus, gan weithio i bum awdurdod lleol a’r Comisiwn Archwilio. Yn ei rôl bresennol, mae’n gyfrifol am Gyfarwyddiaeth amrywiol sy’n cynnwys yr holl swyddogaethau sy’n ymwneud â chyllid, TGCh, caffael, gwasanaethau cwsmer, tai a chynnal a chadw adeiladau. Jon hefyd yw’r Uwch Swyddog Cyfrifol ar gyfer rhaglen drawsnewid y Cyngor a rhaglen Ysgolion yr 21ain Ganrif.
Mae Jon wedi bod yn aelod o’r Bwrdd ers pedair blynedd ac mae hefyd yn aelod o’r Pwyllgor Archwilio, gan ddefnyddio’i brofiad fel Pennaeth Archwilio Mewnol yn awdurdodau lleol Cymru a Lloegr.
Wedi’i fagu yn Begeli, fe wnaeth Graham ei ffordd yn y byd mewn bancio gyda’r Grŵp RBS, gan arbenigo mewn cefnogi cwsmeriaid masnachol a busnes. Cyn dychwelyd i Gymru ym 2007, Graham oedd y Pennaeth Datblygu Busnes gyda NatWest UK.
Rhwng 2009 a 2015, ymgymerodd â’r rôl Cyfarwyddwr y Siambr Fasnach yng Nghymru gan ganolbwyntio’n benodol ar ysgogi cysylltedd rhwng byd busnes, y byd academaidd a’r Llywodraeth.
Ar hyn o bryd, Graham sydd â’r prif fasnachfraint ar gyfer Business Doctors yng Nghymru, gan arbenigo mewn cymorth agos i berchenogion busnes ar gynllunio twf, datblygu busnes a thrafferthion saethu. Mae’n gallu tynnu ar 13 mlynedd o fod ar Fwrdd Gyrfa Cymru Morgannwg Ganol a Phowys Cyf fel Cadeirydd.
Mae gweithgareddau amser hamdden yn cynnwys rhedeg, beicio mynydd a sgïo. Mae Graham hefyd yn Gadeirydd Panthers F.C. sef y clwb pêl-droed iau mwyaf yng Nghymru.
Chris Martin B Pharm (Anrh) FRPharmS D Litt (Anrhydeddus)
Cadeirydd y Pwyllgor Archwilio ac aelod o’r Pwyllgor Chwilio a Thalu
Yn fferyllydd wrth ei alwedigaeth, mae Chris ar hyn o bryd yn Gadeirydd Awdurdod Porthladd Aberdaugleddau, Ymgynghorydd Anweithredol ar gyfer Alliance Healthcare Distribution Ltd, Dirprwy Gadeirydd Comisiwn Bevan (Comisiynydd Arweiniol ar gyfer Arloesi a Gofal Diwedd Oes), Is-gadeirydd Life Science Hub Wales Ltd, Ymddiriedolwr a Chyfarwyddwr Marie Curie UK, Cadeirydd Bwrdd Cynghori Cymru Marie Curie, aelod o Fwrdd Cynghori Ysgol Rheoli Prifysgol Abertawe, Cadeirydd Pwyllgor Archwilio a Sicrwydd Risg Llywodraeth Cymru (ARAC), aelod o ARAC Lywodraeth Cymru a Rheolwr-Gyfarwyddwr Richam Developments Ltd.
Mae wedi cael gyrfa lwyddiannus yn rhedeg ei grŵp ei hun o fferyllfeydd cymunedol annibynnol ac mae wedi gweithio yn y sector cyhoeddus am dros 15 mlynedd gan fod yn Gadeirydd ar bedwar sefydliad iechyd ar wahân yng Ngorllewin Cymru. Ar drywydd gyrfa portffolio yn y sector porthladd, cyhoeddus, preifat ac elusennol, mae wedi ennill Doethuriaeth Er Anrhydedd gan Brifysgol Abertawe yn ddiweddar a chafodd Gymrodoriaeth gan yr RPSGB yn 2006 am ragoriaeth yn y proffesiwn fferylliaeth.
Is-gadeirydd – Bwrdd Corfforaeth Coleg Sir Benfro
Sue yw Prif Swyddog Cymdeithas Gwasanaethau Gwirfoddol Sir Benfro (PAVS), swydd mae hi wedi’i dal ers 2008. Cyn ymuno â PAVS yn 2004, gweithiodd Sue fel Swyddog Datblygu Cymunedol gyda PLANED a chafodd hefyd brofiad o weithio gyda’r sector preifat fel Prif Weithredwr Siambr Fasnach Sir Benfro.
Mae gan Sue gefndir cadarn mewn hyfforddi a datblygu, ar ôl gweithio yn y sector Addysg Bellach am 12 mlynedd. Treuliodd 10 mlynedd yng Ngholeg Sir Benfro, yn ddarlithydd, uwch ddarlithydd a rheolwr maes rhaglen, cyn gadael i fod yn hyfforddwr ac ymgynghorydd hunangyflogedig.
Mae Sue yn ei thrydydd tymor yn y swydd ar Fwrdd Coleg Sir Benfro, ac fe’i penodwyd yn Is-gadeirydd yn 2017. Gwasanaethodd am 8 mlynedd fel aelod o’r Pwyllgor Archwilio ac mae’n cadeirio’r Pwyllgor Gwella Ansawdd ar hyn o bryd. Sue yw’r llywodraethwr cyswllt ar gyfer Y Dysgwyr a’r Cwricwlwm.
Caroline Oakley (MBE, MA, RN)
Chairman of Pembrokeshire College Corporation Board
Employee of the NHS for 37 Years. She was Director of Nursing, Quality and Patient Safety for Hywel Dda University Health Board before retiring in July 2016. Prior to this she was Director of Nursing, Hywel Dda NHS Trust April 2007 – October 2009 and Acting CEO, of Pembrokeshire and Derwen NHS Trust, September 2005 – March 2007.
Caroline received an MBE in July 2017 for services to the nursing profession and NHS Wales.
Caroline was a member of Pembrokeshire College Advisory Forum for 3 years prior to becoming a Board Member in 2016. She became Chairman in 2017. With her wealth of experience she is also the link governor for Safeguarding.
Caroline is a trustee for Sandy Bears, which is a children and young people bereavement service.
Cadeirydd Bwrdd Corfforaeth Coleg Sir Benfro
Bu Caroline yn gweithio gyda’r GIG am 37 mlynedd. Roedd yn Gyfarwyddwr Nyrsio, Ansawdd a Diogelwch Cleifion Bwrdd Iechyd Prifysgol Hywel dda cyn ymddeol ym mis Gorffennaf 2016. Cyn hyn roedd yn Gyfarwyddwr Nyrsio, Ymddiriedolaeth GIG Hywel Dda o Ebrill 2007 – Hydref 2009 ac yn Brif Weithredwr Dros Dro Ymddiriedolaeth GIG Sir Benfro a Derwen o Fedi 2005 – Mawrth 2007.
Derbyniodd Caroline MBE ym mis Gorffennaf 2017 am ei gwasanaethau i’r proffesiwn nyrsio a GIG Cymru.
Roedd Caroline yn aelod o Fforwm Ymgynghorol Coleg Sir Benfro am 3 blynedd cyn dod yn aelod o’r Bwrdd yn 2016. Daeth yn Gadeirydd yn 2017. Gyda’i chyfoeth o brofiad, hi hefyd yw’r llywodraethwr cyswllt ar gyfer Diogelu.
Mae Caroline yn Ymddiriedolwr Sandy Bears, sydd yn wasanaeth profedigaeth i blant a phobl ifanc.
Steve Evans has been a member of the lecturing staff at Pembrokeshire College since 2003. Before coming to work at Pembrokeshire College, he was self-employed for almost twenty years. Steve had previously served as Academic Governor from 2007 to 2011 and was able to gain a vast insight into how the College functions.
He served on a number of Corporation committees during his tenure and is proud to have played a part in the ongoing developments of the college.
He is the staff governor currently representing the academic staff at Board level.
Pembrokeshire College Principal
Barry was appointed Principal at Pembrokeshire College in May 2019 having previously been Deputy Principal then Interim Principal (March 2012 – May 2019). Following a brief spell teaching computing at Croydon College, he joined Kingston University in 1990. Lecturing in the Business Faculty, he held various posts before becoming acting Head of School of Business Information Management. Whilst at Kingston, he spent a sabbatical period working at Halmstad University, Sweden and in 1989 spent a year, as part of his postgraduate research, working at Xiamen University, China. As a Peer Inspector with Estyn, he has participated in a number of FE College inspections.
Barry coaches junior football and rugby and has a general interest in sports.
Pembrokeshire College Corporation Board
Andrew Phillips, Bsc, (Hons), MCIOB
Born in St. Davids, Pembrokeshire, Andrew is a former student of Pembrokeshire College, having studied for a Diploma in Building, before going onto completing an Honours Degree in Construction at Trent Polytechnic, Nottingham.
Andrew is a qualified Chartered Construction Manager and for the past 35 years has had a varied and progressive career working on a wide range of prestigious projects in the public and private sector across West Wales. In 2003 Andrew along with wife Sue created Carreg Construction which he continues to lead as MD with the support of his daughter, Amy. This small Pembrokeshire business has built a reputation of delivering very high quality projects, notably ‘The Cloisters’ at St. Davids Cathedral, ‘Oriel Y Parc Gallery’ and ‘Trewarren’, UK winner of best constructed house in 2013.
Andrew is the founder of ‘Agoredbuild’ a new software as a service product, (SAAS) aimed to provide financial transparency and decision making control to clients undertaking building projects.
Andrew has represented both the Federation of Master Builders and Federation of Small businesses in a range of topical construction related matters with Welsh Government and as an approved Business Wales mentor, enjoys helping individuals to develop their business ideas and fulfil their personal life goals.
Paula represents Welsh hospitality on the Peoples 1st Hospitality Accreditation Panel, contributes to the South West Wales Tourism Forum, is a member of the Wales Tourism Alliance, supports the Regional Skills and Learning Partnership Tourism and Hospitality Cluster Group and is a committee member of St David’s Tourist Association.
Paula has enjoyed a career of 30 years working in the tourism and hospitality industry. A former further education college student, she pursued her tourism career as a travel agent, overseas tour operator, marketing manager of Cardiff Airport, before moving on to hospitality by working at some of Wales’s leading 4 and 5 star hotels including St David’s Hotel and Spa and Vale Resort, prior to relocating to Pembrokeshire to join St Brides Spa Hotel in 2004. Taking a brief break from hospitality, Paula worked as manager of Oriel y Parc Visitor Centre and Amgueddfa Cymru–National Museum Wales gallery.
Since 2014, she is the Group General Manager of The Retreats Group, which operates three of Wales’ leading luxury boutique hotels, Twr y Felin Hotel, Roch Castle and Penrhiw Priory.
President of the Pembrokeshire College Advisory Forum
Employee of Department of Work and Pensions for 38 years.
She was District Manager for the Employment Service in South West Wales, accountable for Jobcentres across Pembrokeshire, Ceredigion and Carmarthenshire. She subsequently became Wales Regional External Relations Manager, working to bring Westminister and Welsh Assembly training and employability policies together for the benefit of those looking for work or who wished to have a career change/advancement.
The role also saw her working with employers across Wales to understand skills gaps and employability issues and then to bring that knowledge to the attention of policy makers in the Regional Learning and Skills Partnership and Local Authority service boards.
Jocelyn was a member of the Advisory Forum before taking on the presidency in June 2018.
Prior to joining DWP worked in various roles in the Private sector and attended Teacher Training College in Weymouth.
Passionate about Pembrokeshire she lives locally with her husband and has two grown up children also working and living in the County.
Vice Chairman – Pembrokeshire College Corporation Board
Sue is Chief Officer of Pembrokeshire Association of Voluntary Services (PAVS), a position she has held since 2008. Prior to joining PAVS in 2004, Sue worked as a Community Development Officer with PLANED and also gained experience of working with the private sector as Chief Executive of Pembrokeshire Chamber of Commerce.
Sue has a strong background in training and development, having worked in the Further Education sector for 12 years. She spent 10 years at Pembrokeshire College, as a lecturer, senior lecturer and programme area manager, before leaving to become a self-employed trainer and consultant.
Sue is in her third term of office on the Pembrokeshire College Board, and was appointed as Vice Chair in 2017. She served for 8 years as a member of the Audit Committee and currently chairs the Quality Improvement Committee. Sue is the link governor for Learners & Curriculum.
Stan McIlvenny OBE MSc, Dip Corp Gov, CMILT
Stan is a Marine Engineer by profession having served on crude, product, gas tankers and also R0-Ro vessels. He has 25 years experience in the port industry as CEO and Company Secretary.
He holds an MSc from Edinburgh Napier University in Corporate Leadership, a Post Graduate Diploma in Corporate Governance and recently completed a Post Graduate Diploma in Business & Executive Coaching, both from University College Dublin. In 2003 he was awarded an OBE for services to Economic Development in Northern Ireland.
He is currently Chairman of the Haven Waterway Enterprise Zone, Chairman of Warrenpoint Harbour Authority and a member of the Stakeholder and Accountability Committee, a sub committee of the board of Milford Haven Port Authority.
Brought up in Begelly, Graham carved a career in banking with the RBS Group, specialising in support for commercial and business customers. Prior to returning to Wales in 2007, Graham was Head of Business Development for Natwest UK.
Between 2009 and 2015, he took over as Director of the Chamber of Commerce in Wales with a specific focus on leveraging connectivity between business, academia and government.
Graham currently holds the master franchise for Business Doctors in Wales, specialising in close support for business owners around growth planning, business development and trouble shooting. He is able to draw from 13 years on the Board of Career Wales Mid Glamorgan and Powys Ltd as Chairman.
Past time activities include running, mountain biking and skiing. Alongside being the Chairman of Panthers F.C. which is the largest junior football club in Wales.
Director of Resources and S151 Officer for Pembrokeshire County Council and ERW
Jon has over 30 years experience working in the public sector, working for five local authorities and the Audit Commission. In his current role, he is responsible for a diverse Directorate which includes all the finance related functions, ICT, procurement, customer services, housing and building maintenance. He is also the Senior Responsible Officer for the Council’s transformation programme and 21st Century Schools programme.
Jon has been a Board Member for four years and is also a member of the Audit Committee, utilising his experience gained as a Head of Internal Audit in both English and Welsh local authorities.
Cris has been heavily involved with community development for over 25 years and has been a volunteer on several organisations & projects – from Treasurer of the local Village Hall to Board Member of 4CG Cooperative – Community owned Car Parks, Retail, Offices. Workshops & Craft Centre who in 2013 also bought the old Police Station and Court House in Cardigan.
Cris is the Chair of Cwm Arian Renewable Energy cooperative with plans to develop renewable energy and low carbon solutions for communities in West Wales. Cris received the award of Welsh Co-operator of the Year in 2012 and Welsh Social Enterprise Champion of the year in 2013
Cris supported the community purchase of Tafarn Sinc where 509 people raised over £400,000 to buy the iconic pub in North Pembrokeshire.
He works part-time for PLANED in Narberth and as of May 2017, was elected as the county councillor for Crymych ward and is now the Pembrokeshire county council cabinet member for the Environment and the Welsh Language.
Chris Martin B Pharm (Hons) FRPharmS D Litt (Honorary)
Chairman of the Audit committee and member of the Search and Remuneration Committee
A pharmacist by profession Chris is currently Chairman of Milford Haven Port Authority, Non-Executive Advisor for Alliance Healthcare Distribution Ltd, Deputy Chairman of the Bevan Commission (Lead Commissioner for Innovation and EOL care), Vice-Chairman of Life Science Hub Wales Ltd, Trustee and Director of Marie Curie UK, Chairman of the Wales Advisory Board for Marie Curie, a member of Swansea University School of Management Advisory Board, Chairman of the Welsh Government ESNR Audit and Risk Assurance Committee (ARAC), a member of the Welsh Government ARAC and MD of Richam Developments Ltd.
He has had a successful career running his own group of independent community pharmacies and worked in the public sector for over 15 years having been Chairman of four separate health organisation in West Wales. Pursuing a portfolio career in the trust port, public, private and charity sector he has recently been awarded an Honorary Doctorate from Swansea University and was given a fellowship by the RPSGB in 2006 for distinction in the profession of pharmacy.
Pembrokeshire College Marketing and Learner Recruitment Manager
Charlie Royal is responsible for marketing the College’s provision across, A-levels, diplomas, apprenticeships, degrees, part-time and business courses as well as the College’s commercial activities. Charlie also has responsibility for the College’s Admissions, Learner Voice and International activities.
With a Master’s degree in FE Leadership and Management, Charlie has more than 15 years’ experience of FE college marketing and has spent the last eight years at Pembrokeshire College. Prior to working in the FE sector Charlie worked in management roles within the hospitality industry and has a wealth of experience in customer service.
Charlie became a staff governor in 2017.
Andy Jones is acting Interim Chief Executive at the Port of Milford Haven. Andy joined the Port as Finance Director in 2011, and then in 2014 became the Deputy Chief Executive.
Andy is qualified as a Chartered Accountant with PricewaterhouseCoopers in Cardiff before continuing on with the firm in Toronto, Canada. In 2000, he was appointed as Finance Director for a division of S&P500-listed machinery and equipment manufacturing giant Manitowoc. He subsequently moved into an Operations Director role within its commercial cooking equipment business and worked closely with chefs, restaurant owners and food chains such as McDonalds. In 2007, Andy took over as Commercial Director for the Canadian distribution business of Manitowoc, growing the business by double digits each year. In 2009, he started his own successful company focused on providing trusted advisory services to SME business owners, before returning to the UK.
Andy is a member of the Haven Waterway Enterprise Board, the CBI Council in Wales and a Trustee Director of the Pilots National Pension Fund.