Chief executive of Shelter since January 2010, Campbell Robb previously worked in government relations for the third sector.
Campbell took responsibility for the creation of the Office of the Third Sector in 2006 in a three year contract as director general for the OTS, reorganising several different units of the civil service into one organisation.
Campbell was the lead civil servant within government on voluntary sector policy and practice, this included responsibility for a large grants programme. Prior to joining the Cabinet Office he was director of public policy at the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) where he led both the campaigns and public policy departments.
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The Office of the Third Sector’s director general Campbell Robb has been named as the new chief executive of homelessness charity Shelter. He will join on 1 January 2010. Robb (pictured) has spent three years at the OTS, where he led its creation, bringing together a number of different units from across the civil service into one organisation.