Chief executive, Barnardo's
Javed Khan joined Barnardo's as chief executive in the spring of 2014.
As a British Pakistani, he is the first non-white CEO in Barnardo’s 150-year history.
Before that he was CEO of Victim Support for nearly four years.
Prior to this role he worked at the Government Office for London where he was the executive director to the London Serious Youth Violence Board, a senior civil service role.
In December 2003 Khan joined London’s Harrow Council, as director of education. In 2007 he took on the role of Harrow’s director of community and cultural services.
He was previously assistant director of education in Birmingham, and prior to that he spent 27 years as a maths teacher.
Wearing other hats Khan is a non-judicial board member of the Sentencing Council for England and Wales, a member of the Advisory Board for the Children’s Commissioner, a lay member on a London Clinical Commissioning Group and a Commissioner on the Voluntary Sector and Ageing Commission.
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Being seen as “political” makes a charity easy to ignore and can undermine what it is trying to achieve, delegates at the Labour Party Conference heard yesterday.
Barnardo’s chief executive Javed Khan refused to call for the resignation of South Yorkshire Police Commissioner and former head of Rotherham Council Children's Services Shaun Wright in a Sky News interview last week, despite being asked ten times by interviewer Eamonn Holmes whether Wright should go.
Barnardo’s is still looking into allegations made in the press that its incoming chief executive Javed Khan was involved in an armed dispute in Pakistan, the charity said today.
Javed Khan is to return to his role as chief executive of Victim Support after the charity found no evidence to substantiate claims, made in the press, that he had been involved in an armed land dispute abroad.
Javed Khan, chief executive of Victim Support, has taken a leave of absence following allegations that he was involved in an armed dispute in Pakistan, the charity has confirmed.
The Charity Commission has contacted Victim Support about allegations in the Mail on Sunday at the weekend that its CEO was involved in an armed dispute over property in Pakistan.