The Hampshire Chamber of Commerce are seeking to recruit new members onto its Board. In doing so the Chamber have spoken about their desire to become ‘more inclusive and diverse.’
Hampshire Chamber of Commerce has 2000 individual firms across all sectors and sizes of business, making it one of the largest regional business networks in the UK.
In order to best represent those members, the Chamber has called for ‘inspirational business leaders’ to join its board.
The independent membership organisation is inviting applications for non-executive director roles to help drive its ambition and direction as the ‘voice of business’.
A key aspiration is to widen diversity of representation under the Chamber’s three-year strategic vision to ‘unlock Hampshire’s potential’.
Ross McNally, Hampshire Chamber’s Chief Executive and Executive Chairman, said: “We encourage applications from the broadest range of experiences, backgrounds, sectors and roles.
“This is all about expanding our insights and strengths as a leadership team.
“We need to ensure the voices around our table better reflect and understand the communities we serve.
“We are a network supporting a broad range of business environments but currently we are not fully representative on the board.
“While actively encouraging all applications, to improve the balance of the board we particularly seek interest from the manufacturing sectors, varied cultural and ethnic backgrounds, women in business and the next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs.”
The deadline for applications for non-executive director roles is Monday 4 July 2022.
For an informal discussion about the role, please contact Ross McNally
To submit an expression of interest and a CV, please email Lisa
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