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Director, Tinnitus Clinics Ltd from February 2011
Jo Swinhoe was director of fundraising and marketing with the Alzheimer’s Society from 2005 to February 2011. While in this role she took the charity through a rebrand.
She left the charity and the sector after a lengthy career within charities having previously worked at the NSPCC and others local to Sheffield where she lives.
She commenced her new role as director of Tinnitus Clinics Ltd at the end of February 2011.
Previously she has been an officer in the British Army for seven years and she is also currently governor of Sheffield Hallam University and an active volunteer.
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