Finance Directors Survey 2016: Rise of the young females
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Finance Directors Survey 2016: Rise of the young females

6 Apr 2016 | Alice Sharman
Tags: Staff | Finance

Alice Sharman finds that women are increasingly taking director roles at the top 100 charities.

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