Charity Commission chief operating officer resigns after four months
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Charity Commission chief operating officer resigns after four months

4 Sep 2015 | Governance | Alice Sharman
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The Charity Commission is recruiting for a new chief operating officer after Tracey Newman resigned last month after just four months due to personal reasons.

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