Tom  Flood

Tom Flood

Tom Flood was chief executive of the Conservaiton Volunteers (previoulsy known as BTCV) between 2001 and 2012. He had worked for conservation group BTCV for 25 years. The charity won numerous awards under Tom’s leadership, including a 2011 Charity Award.

Prior to joining BTCV as marketing director in 1986, Tom worked in the private sector for A.E. Herbert Ltd (machine tools), WS Atkins and 3M UK.

Throughout his time in the voluntary sector, however, he has sat on a number of government boards including the Home Office Volunteering Group, the New Deal Taskforce, the UK Biodiversity Steering Group, and was a board member of Acevo (Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations).

In 2004 he was appointed CBE Queen's Birthday Honours.

 

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Tom Flood accepts a Charity Award on behalf of BTCV in 2011

Tom Flood CBE, who will step down as CEO of conservation charity BTCV in July, provides some words of encouragement for a charity sector facing increasingly challenging times.

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