RNIB announces acting chief executive appointment to replace Lesley-Anne Alexander
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RNIB announces acting chief executive appointment to replace Lesley-Anne Alexander

27 Jul 2016 | Hugh Radojev

The Royal National Institute of Blind People has appointed Sally Harvey as acting chief executive officer with effect from October, to replace Lesley-Anne Alexander who will be retiring from the organisation.

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