Mark Fields retired from Sol Bermuda (formerly Coral Petroleum Company Limited) as General Manager in 2015. His relationship with Sol began after 13-years’ as Director of Coral Petroleum Limited, an affiliate of Exxon Mobil.
While working with Exxon Mobil, Mr. Fields’ career highlights included three-years as Esso Bermuda’s Operations/Terminal Manager followed by a promotion to Lead Country Manager for 11 years.
Judith Hall-Bean brings a wealth of Human Resource, Leadership and Public Service management experience to the regulatory functions of the Bermuda Airport Authority.
A retired civil servant, employed by the Bermuda Government for almost 49 years, Mrs. Hall-Bean served as Director of Personnel Services, the Permanent Secretary Ministry of Health and as Director of Tourism.
Robert Steynor retired from Bermuda Electric Light Company Limited, (BELCO) in January 2016 as Senior Vice President Fuels, Logistics, Environment and Safety after completing a successful engineering and management career of 32 years.
He was involved in all aspects of power generation, and transmission and distribution, including operations, maintenance, technical support and administration.
Andrew Parsons began his career as an auditor with Touche Ross in 1983. He transitioned to Bermuda Electric Light Company Limited (BELCO) where his 23 year career evolved from Senior Financial Accountant to President.
Other professional affiliations include his role as past President of the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Bermuda, previously having served as Chair of the Public Awareness Committee, Secretary and Vice President.
Ian MacIntyre has extensive experience in active flying, civil aviation regulation and safety oversight. He served eight years with the Royal Air Force as a pilot flying duties in the Middle East. Awarded, “Campaign Service” decoration for South Arabia service, he retired in the rank of Flight Lieutenant.
Mr. MacIntyre was Co-Pilot and, later, Captain on Learjet and Gulfstream aircraft owned by a Bermuda-based company.
Marshall Minors has extensive background in infrastructure maintenance and engineering. He is currently, Vice President for Facilities Management, Engineering Services, Property Management and Hotel Services for the Bermuda Hospitals Board (BHB).
During his career, Mr. Minors worked within various sections of Engineering at the Ministry of Works.