Paul  Amadi

Paul Amadi

Director of fundraising, Diabetes UK from January 2012

Paul Amadi joined Diabetes UK as director of fundraising in January 2012. 

He was previously NSPCC’s director of fundraising, having joined in January 2010. Before that he was group director of fundraising for Royal National Institute for Blind People. At the beginning of 2011 Amadi stepped down as chair of trustees for the Institute of Fundraising after two and a half years.

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