Emma-Jane Cross

Emma-Jane Cross

Chief executive, Beatbullying and CyberMentors from 2001

Emma-Jane is founder and chief executive of Beatbullying.

Beatbullying launched in 1999 and became a registered charity in 2003. It went into liquidation in November 2014. 

 

Emma-Jane currently sits on the Demos Character Enquiry, and is founder of the cross-sector Collaborate project.

In July 2011 she also became trustee of the YMCA.

 

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Nick Hurd, minster for civil society and Emma-Jane Cross, chief executive of Beatbullying

Beatbullying has been awarded £1.3m from the Cabinet Office’s Social Action Fund to expand its services by setting up a new social action organisation.

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