UK regulator Ofcom has named three new members to its advisory committee for Northern Ireland.
Fiona Boyle, Paul Wilson and Sharon O’Connor will take up their positions on September 1.
Boyle runs her own consultancy, specialising in social research and evaluations, and development of policy issues. She is a former board member of Consumer Focus Post (NI) and Consumer Futures Post (NI). Previously, she was a member of Postwatch Northern Ireland.
Wilson is project director for the Strategic Investment Board for NI Public Sector Shared Data Centre. In his 25 years working in telecommunications and IT, he held the positions of BT Ireland’s head of business operations and head of managed services. Prior to his career with BT, he worked for ICL.
O’Connor is town clerk and chief executive of Derry City Council. She is a former non-executive director of the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and a former member of the BBC NI Broadcasting Council.
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