Moray Lib Dems elect Dominique Rommel as prospective candidate –

Moray Lib Dems elect Dominique Rommel as prospective candidate Published:  07 November, 2006

Dominique Rommel

MORAY Liberal Democrats unanimously chose Dominique

Rommel as their prospective candidate for the Scottish

Parliament elections.

Dominique is also a prospective parliamentary candidate on the

regional list in the Highlands and Islands.

The Moray Lib Dems also elected David Sim from Forres as their new


Dominique Rommel is 48 and has been living in Shetland since 1993. She

is single and is the managing director of Pharos Atlantic Ltd, a

consultancy company active in the fishing sector. She is a non-executive member of the Shetland Health Board, a trustee of the Shetland Development Trust and a member of the Shetland Transport Partnership.

Dominique is also a member of her local Community Council. In her spare time, she goes boating. She is a qualified workboat skipper and

commercial yachtmaster.

Dominique thanked the Moray Lib Dems for choosing her as their

prospective candidate. “I am looking forward to spending a lot of time

in Moray; it is a beautiful region and I hope to use the harbour

facilities next spring. I also look forward to meeting the Moray

fishermen again whom I taught at the North Atlantic Fisheries College as well as the fishermen’s leaders whom I met during our many trips to the Brussels fishing negotiations.” is published by Special Publications. Special Publications also publish FISHupdate magazine, Fish Farmer, the Fish Industry Yearbook, the Scottish Seafood Processors Federation Diary, the Fish Farmer Handbook and a range of wallplanners.