Protective Film Solutions chairman appointed to university leadership role

Protective Film Solutions (PFS) chairman Mark Williams has been appointed to a leadership role at the University of East Anglia (UEA).

Mark has been unveiled as the university’s new treasurer and brings with him a wealth of experience to the position following his work at the company. The Wakefield firm are a leading supplier and installer of protective and anti-solar gain and glare window films and are one of the world’s foremost experts in the use of window film and anchoring systems for blast protection.

With more than 33 years’ experience in the industry, the company specialise in complex multi-site projects across Europe and provide detailed energy efficient surveys to a number of customers. After studying History and French between 1981 and 1985, Mark has a developed longstanding relationship with the university.

Speaking on his appointment, Mark said:

“I am delighted to have accepted the role of treasurer at UEA. Giving something back to the institution which shaped me as a young undergraduate is both rewarding and exciting, especially at a time when UEA embarks on an ambitious growth and estate development plan over the next few years.”

Mark has also been joined at the university by Café Rouge founder Karen Jones CBE as UEA’s new chancellor and former chair of Ford Britain, Joe Greenwell CBE who has become the new chair of UEA Council.