Cenerva has announced two high-profile appointments to its Board. Dr Colin Tucker has been appointed as a Non-Executive Director and Bronagh Kennedy has been appointed as an independent advisor. The appointments come as Cenerva prepares for the next phase of its growth and underscores the company’s commitment to delivering innovative solutions to its clients and achieving sustainable growth in the digital economy.
Bronagh Kennedy is a highly accomplished senior leader and non-executive director with a wealth of experience across various sectors, including the FTSE100 listed, regulated, retail hospitality and not-for-profit/performance sports sectors. Her most recently role was Group General Counsel and Company Secretary at Severn Trent Plc, where she also oversaw regulatory compliance and assurance and the Group’s Corporate Sustainability programme. She is currently a Non-Executive Director and Chair of the Remuneration Committee of Treatt Plc, a Trustee of the Canal & River Trust, and an independent advisor to EMR.
Bronagh brings to Cenerva a track record of success at board level and a passion for outstanding customer service, engaged employees, a purpose-driven business culture, and corporate sustainability with genuine impact.
Industry heavyweight, Dr Colin Tucker, has had a successful career in the in the telecommunications industry in senior leadership roles, including as COO of Orange plc and Managing Director and Deputy Chairman of 3.
As founding CEO of 3, the first 3G mobile operator in the UK, Dr Tucker developed the role to become the Deputy Chairman of the Hutchison 3G group in Europe. He brings exceptional insights to open doors to companies, advise management teams, and advise the Board.
“We are absolutely delighted to welcome Bronagh and Colin to the Board of Directors,” said James Wild, Managing Partner at Cenerva. “Their extensive experience will be invaluable to our company as we continue our growth and development. We believe their appointments are a testament to the quality of Cenerva’s work and reputation in the industry.”
These appointments follow the recent announcement of the appointment of Julian Wilkins as Cenerva’s Ambassador for the Caribbean, helping to build relationships with governments, regulators, and regional operators to help Cenerva expand its presence in the Caribbean.
With these appointments, Cenerva is poised to continue its growth trajectory and to further strengthen its position as a world-leading regulatory policy consultancy.