Katharine Moss

Katharine Moss

Consultant, Critchleys

Following 23 years at Mazars, including 12 as an external audit partner, Kath’s portfolio in the combines both voluntary and paid roles within the sector.

Professionally, Kath is a consultant at Critchleys, a firm of chartered accountants in Oxfordshire and she is the director of a grant making trust.

Kath’s volunteering includes membership of the Audit Committee of a large national disability charity as an Independent Member. She is a trustee of an AIDS charity working in sub Saharan Africa and is also actively involved with disability issues in Oxfordshire.

Kath is an affiliate member of the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors.

 

 

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