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Director , Charity Facilities Managment from 2012
Annette McGill heads Charity Facilities Management, a national network for people looking after buildings and facilities issues in the voluntary sector. She specialises in developing educational materials, training and resources for people involved in building care.
After working in publishing and journalism, she joined the Building Conservation Trust at Hampton Court Palace as training director. Between 1996 and 2011 she was chief executive of the charity Upkeep, where she developed teaching materials and training courses about property care, including a City & Guilds Certificate for Repairs.
In 2000 she founded the Charities Facilities Management Group, the first national network for people looking after buildings and facilities issues in the voluntary sector.
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