About Suffolk branch
The volunteer Ambassadors of IoD Suffolk is led by Graham Kill. The branch aims to provide insights and networking that members cannot get locally elsewhere.
IoD Suffolk not only is creative in its events programme, it also partners with different organisations to deliver something different for its members.
Important partners include MENTA, that together with IoD Suffolk created a mentoring scheme called Expert Connections to match business owners who are in the infancy of their business with experienced business leaders. This not only benefits both businesses, but contributes towards members’ CPD. The scheme has caught the attention of other IoD Branches that are evaluating adopting the scheme.
Members also give generously of their time to support local students with projects that aid their studies. The partnership with Suffolk One was one of the first such sixth form college relationships for an IoD Branch. We look forward to welcoming existing, new and non-members to our events.
Could you be our next IoD Suffolk Chair?
Our Suffolk Chair leads the IoD Ambassador Group for the Suffolk Branch. This is an exciting and rewarding voluntary role. To be appointed as our next Chair, you will have a track record in senior leadership and a network of established contacts within Suffolk.
You will be a strong advocate for good governance and responsible business practices amongst Directors, with a desire to give back to the business community. You will promote the positive impact of business on society, whilst actively supporting IoD members in their drive to grow purposeful, responsible organisations.
You will work alongside the IoD Head office team and our East of England Regional team. We hope you will bring fresh ideas to promoting the IoD to the Suffolk business community, public sector and policy makers.
Find out more
To arrange a call to discuss the role with the Head of Regional Relationships - East of England, please email Simone Robinson