Andrew Courtney

Candidate for Jurat of the Royal Court



Andrew Courtney retired in 2023 after 46 years working in the finance industry, most recently as Group Chief Operating Officer for Ravenscroft. He has served two parishes for 14 years as Douzenier, Dean of the Douzaine, Douzaine Representative and Constable. Andrew worked as part of a small group of friends which raised over £40,000 for local charities over a 10 year period. He is local, married with 5 children and 10 grandchildren, all living in Guernsey.


Curriculum Vitae


Proposer:  Deputy Lyndon Trott

Seconder: Deputy John Gollop


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Ian Brown

Candidate for Jurat of the Royal Court



Ian Brown was born, educated and worked in Guernsey. Ian’s passion for cycling lead him to set up his cycle business in 1983. This also enabled Ian to support local charities, particularly Les Bourgs Hospice with the 30/30 Cycle Challenge. Also founder of Male Uprising in Guernsey in 2012 to raise awareness, education and support to those who experience male cancers. Ian also is a founder of Wheels for You to make cycling accessible to all in a safe environment.


Curriculum Vitae


Proposer:  Deputy Steve Falla

Seconder: Deputy Heidi Soulsby


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Catherine O’Sullivan

Candidate for Jurat of the Royal Court



Catherine went to school in Alderney and Guernsey before studying business, law and French in the UK. She has worked at Specsavers for 34 years, specialising in marketing law and managing global intellectual property. She also mentors staff and is a qualified mental health first aider. Previously, Catherine volunteered at Women’s Refuge in Guernsey. As Deputy Chair for Blanchelande College’s PTFA, she drives sustainability initiatives and fundraising. She is also a foundation manager for the Diocese of Portsmouth.


Curriculum Vitae (not available)


Proposer:  Deputy Mark Helyar

Seconder: Deputy Sam Haskins


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Munazza Malik


Politics Group member, Munazza Malik, was elected unopposed as a Douzenier for St Peter Port in a by-election prompted by the retirement of Jenny Tasker.

Here’s her speech at the parish meeting held on 8 June 2024, introducing herself to parishioners.


Ladies and Gentlemen,

Respected colleagues, parishioners, and friends,

I am deeply honored and grateful to accept the role of Douzenier for the Parish of St. Peter Port.

Your trust and support mean a lot to me, and I am eager to serve this vibrant community with dedication and integrity.

A bit about my background: I was born and raised in Pakistan and qualified as a pharmacist in the late 90s.

My early career in oncology taught me the importance of precision and empathy.

After moving to the UK in 2005, I gained extensive experience in healthcare management, governance, and operations, managing multiple sites for a large national pharmacy chain. I volunteered in my local community to patrol the area working in liaison with local police

In 2019, I moved to Guernsey as a Superintendent pharmacist for a corporate pharmacy, where I’ve had the pleasure of working closely with our community. I was blown away by the kindness and friendliness of Guernsey people.

I would like to give back to the community by helping to make strategic decisions, which involves understanding community needs, engaging stakeholders, developing strategic plans, implementing initiatives, monitoring and evaluating progress, fostering collaboration, communicating effectively, and promoting sustainability.

Our parish is a place of rich history and diverse culture.

As a Douzenier, I am committed to preserving our heritage while embracing future opportunities.

My priorities will focus on enhancing community engagement, improving local services, and ensuring our parish remains safe, welcoming, and prosperous.

Thank you once again for your trust and support. I look forward to serving you and working with you towards a bright and thriving future for St. Peter Port.

Thank you.