Business development director at Bathroom Manufacturers Association, (BMA) and MD at the Unified Water Label, (UWL) Yvonne Orgill, has joined the board at the National Home Improvement Council, (NHIC).
She takes on the role of chair of the NHIC board of trustees and is the first women to hold the position.
Commenting on her appointment, Yvonne Orgill said: “I am delighted to have this opportunity to work with the NHIC board.
“My passions are aligned with the NHIC strategy to drive forward the promotion of energy efficient home improvements, reducing the number of households living in fuel poverty and reduce climate impact from housing.”
CEO of the BMA Tom Reynolds added: “The NHIC is a strategic partner of the BMA as we share an ambition to get the conditions right for home improvement.
“Yvonne’s appointment to the board will enable us to build an even stronger partnership”.
Yvonne Orgill recently joined the board of the British Institute of Kitchen, Bedroom and Bathroom Installation, to develop the relationship between it and the BMA.
She relinquished her role as CEO of the BMA in 2019, after serving 13 years at the helm of the association.