was brought up in Ireland, which is where he went to school. He is a
retired consultant economist who spent much of his life working on projects in
the developing world. Many of these were in small island states,
frequently in the Caribbean and Pacific.
has retained his love for island life and has now lived in Alderney for fifteen
years. For four of those last years he served as a States member and as
Chairman of the Alderney Policy and Finance Committee. During 2020,
the first year of the Covid crisis, he was Alderney's representative on the
Bailiwick Civil Contingencies Authority.
He brings with him a wide
range of skills centred on institutional and financing options and an
understanding of the critical demographic issues now facing Alderney.