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STUART POPHAM, CHAIR OF THE RNLI, ANNOUNCES THE APPOINTMENT OF LOCAL MAN, MARK DOWIE, AS CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF THE RNLI.


‘A


fter a lengthy and thorough recruit- ment process I am delighted to an-


nounce that the RNLI Board of Trustees has appointed Mark Dowie as the new Chief Executive of the RNLI. Our current Chief Executive, Paul Boissier, has been in post since 2009 and he has achieved some truly incredible things over the last 10 years, but Paul is retiring and will be handing over to Mark, on Wednesday 15 May. Mark is currently the Lifeboat Op-


erations Manager at Salcombe RNLI in Devon, a voluntary role that he has held proudly since 2017. In this role Mark has been responsible for all the operations of this busy lifeboat station and so he has first-hand experience of leading and volunteering within the RNLI. Mark also brings with him significant


corporate leadership experience. He was most recently Chief Executive Offi- cer at Standard Chartered Bank. In this role he led the bank’s global wholesale banking business and was responsible


for nearly 20,000 people in 62 countries around the world. A former Royal Navy Officer, Mark


served between 1982 and 1990, leaving the service at the rank of Lieutenant. During his time in the Royal Navy, Mark served on the helicopter carrier RFA Reliant and HMS Illustrious. Mark owned and managed a success-


ful marine services company before tak- ing the role at Standard Chartered. He is a former Justice of the Peace, Trustee of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity and Vice Chairman and Trustee of the Britannia Association. He has also provided leadership and financial sup- port to youth charities in south London and a school and orphanage in Kenya. Mark is married to Hazel and they have


three adult children. They live near Kings- bridge in South Devon. He is a very keen sailor, gyrocopter pilot and history buff. ‘I am absolutely delighted and proud to have been appointed as the RNLI’s


Mark Dowie


new Chief Executive. Having been an RNLI volunteer on the coast for the past two years, I know just what a unique and special organisation this charity is. I’ve seen at first-hand the dedication and commitment of the RNLI’s volun- teers and staff to help save lives and keep people safe. I can also clearly see how I can support the RNLI to ensure we are in good shape as we reach our 200th birthday in 2024 and to get us in even better shape for the next 200 years.’ Mark has a range of impressive


attributes and experience that he will bring to the role, including valuable experience as an RNLI volunteer. He has a wealth of leadership experience and a real affinity for the sea. I for one am really looking forward to working with Mark. I am extremely confident that he will be a huge asset to the RNLI. ‘


News, details of launches, photographs and videos can be found on the Dart station website.


www.dartlifeboat.org.uk or the station Facebook page www.facebook.com/dartrnlilifeboat John Fenton, RNLI Dart Lifeboat Press Officer & Education Volunteer


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