Alexander Swallow

Alexander Swallow

Alex Swallow stepped down as chief executive of the Small Charities Coalition in April 2014.

Alex is also founder of Young Charity Trustees.

He is previous co-vice chair at an Islington charity, Centre 404, where he remains as trustee.

Alex also worked for the small national charity, the National Benevolent Fund for the Aged, in fundraising and communications for three and a half years.

Previously he has been a private tutor, an intern for two MPs, a teacher for two years in Japan, and studied at Cambridge and Sussex Universities.

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