Mr. Paul Wynne Named iiA General Manager
The International Irradiation Association (iiA) is pleased to announce Mr. Paul Wynne as its new General Manager effective 9 November 2011. The restructuring of the iiA management team comprises of the regional representatives Dr. John Woolston, Europe Manager and Mr. Yves Henon, Asia Pacific Manager now reporting directly to Paul Wynne. Ms. Ruth Brinston is now Manager, Americas. Both Paul Wynne and Ruth Brinston now report directly to Mr. John Masefield, iiA Chairman of the Board.
In addition, Paul Wynne has accepted the responsibility of Organizing Chair of IMRP #17. We will keep you informed on the exact details as they are finalized, but to end the suspense it is Asia’s turn and it will most likely be held in the fall of 2013.
“Paul Wynne has both the experience and vision we need to embrace the challenges our association faces to grow and best represent the international interests of our members”, said iiA Board Chairman John Masefield in announcing the appointment. “Furthermore, from his past experience as CEO Asia Pacific Synergy Health plc (Isotron) and as co-Chair in organizing IMRP London, Paul understands what is required to put together a world-class conference.”
Paul Wynne BA, ACA served as a Director of Isotron PLC. Mr. Wynne joined Isotron in November 1987 as Financial Controller. Mr. Wynne has been Isotron PLC’s Company Secretary since March 1988 and Finance Director since June 1988. Following the acquisition of Isotron by Synergy Health Paul continued in his role as Finance Director of Isotron and was responsible for Isotron and Synergy’s investments in China. Based in Asia (2010-2011), Paul was CEO Asia and Africa Synergy Health (Isotron) with responsibilities for all activities in Asia and Africa. Prior to joining Isotron Paul worked for GEC. He trained with Deloitte Haskins & Sells.
The iiA is incorporated as a not-for-profit organization in the United Kingdom. Its objectives include the gathering and dissemination of current, science based data, legislative and regulatory events and market developments that affect the radiation processing industry. The association is a forum to protect member interests and promote member networking. The iiA has a non-Government Organization (NGO) status with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) thus permitting it a voice representing its membership at crucial international meetings.