Paul  Boissier

Paul Boissier

Chief executive, Royal National Lifeboat Institution

Paul Boissier joined the RNLI as chief executive in September 2009.

Before coming to the RNLI Boissier had retired from the Navy after serving 35 years, reaching the rank of vice admiral. In 1999 he attended the London Business School for the Sloan Fellowship Masters Programme, for which he earned his MSc.

Over the last two years, he was the Royal Navy’s chief operating officer, integrating the functions of HR, support, training, logistics and procurement to ensure that the Royal Navy could deploy around the world when required.

 

 

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