In her new role, Catherine will offer support to the largest independent private forum in the county, which was created to represent regional business interests regarding a range of local and national issues.
Catherine sits on the board of Ipswich Central and is a member of the Employment Lawyers Association (ELA). She is also a Board Member of the Ipswich Vision of which Suffolk Chamber of Commerce is a partner.
Suffolk Chamber of Commerce offers members the benefit of a range of services including networking, international trade advice and key business services, all tailored towards promoting growth amongst a diverse cohort of local business interests. Suffolk Chamber of Commerce aims to equip its members for success in a competitive market through its commitment to the economic development of the region.
On being appointed Vice-President, Catherine said: “I am deeply honoured to undertake the role of Vice-President of Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, an organisation with such an admirable track record of making a difference to businesses across the eastern region."
John Dugmore, chief executive, Suffolk Chamber of Commerce concluded: “Over many years, Catherine has been a very dedicated supporter of the campaigning and policy work undertaken by Suffolk Chamber, as well as a great advocate of the wider Suffolk business community. I’m delighted that she has become our Vice-President and very much look forward to working with her over the years ahead.”