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Who's Who announces 16 new charity additions

Paul Woodward, chief executive, Sue Ryder Care
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Who's Who announces 16 new charity additions

Governance | 8 Dec 2010

The latest Who’s Who encyclopaedic annual has been published with 16 new members from the charity sector.

Who’s Who, first published in 1849, lists notable members of today’s society who have demonstrated lasting significance. Included in the 2011 edition by A&C Black Publishers Ltd, are Dame Barbara Monroe, chief executive of St. Christopher’s Hospital in London, and Paul Scott Woodward, chief executive of Sue Ryder Care.

Speaking of his inclusion, Woodward (pictured) said: "I am delighted to have been included in the listing for this prestigious directory. In recent years though what I have achieved has only been possible by working closely with colleagues who, like me, are passionate about what we do at Sue Ryder to ensure people have access to quality health and social care when they need it most."

The full list of new members from the charity sector is:

  • Dawn Jacquelyn Austwick - chief executive, Esmée Fairbairn Foundation
  • Liam Black - co-founder, Wavelength Companies Ltd
  • Fiona Irene Booth - chief executive, Hansard Society
  • Mark James Alexander Cann - chief executive officer, British Forces Foundation
  • Dr Silvia Suzen Giovanna - independent consultant in criminal justice and human rights and adviser to European National Preventive
  • Robert Cummines - chief executive, Unlock (deputy chief executive, 1999–2002)
  • Dr Ian Paul Griffin - chief executive officer, Oxford Trust
  • Rear Admiral Richard Derek - chief executive, Guide Dogs for the Blind
  • Vaughn Emerson Lindsay - chief executive officer, Dartington Hall Trust
  • Loretta Caroline Rose Minghella - director, Christian Aid
  • Dame Barbara Monroe - chief executive, St Christopher’s Hospice, London
  • Scott Stedman - chief executive, Tomorrow’s People
  • Sarah Rose Troughton -  president, Community First
  • Alistair John Wilson - chief executive, School for Social Entrepreneurs
  • Paul Scott Woodward - chief executive officer, Sue Ryder Care
  • Simon Woolley - co-founder and director, Operation Black Vote and member, Equality and Human Rights Commission

 

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