Sara  Llewellin

Sara Llewellin

Chief executive, Barrow Cadbury Trust

Sara Llewellin was appointed chief executive of the Barrow Cadbury Trust in July 2009. She is also a trustee at the Charity Bank.

She was previously a director of the St Giles Trust, providing homes to the homeless, City Bridge Trust’s deputy director and a chair of London Funders. London Funders is an association formed for charities and businesses to aid funding for voluntary and funding initiatives in London.

She had previously been a campaigner on domestic violence and worked in a Women’s Aid Refuge. 

 

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