Sukhvinder Kaur-Stubbs is chief operating officer of Britain's Personal Best, the fundraising challenge event scheduled for 3, 4 and 5 October 2013 and funded with £1m from the Big Lottery Fund.
Kaur-Stubbs was the last chair of Volunteering England beiofre its merger with NCVO. She is a director of management consultancy Engage.
Previously she was the chief executive of the Barrow Cadbury Trust and before that CEO of the Runnymede Trust where she launched a report on Islamophobia that led to a change in UK and international legislation.
She was twice elected chair of the European Union funded equality network ENAR which was responsible for securing the equal treatment directives and in 2001 represented the UK at the UN World Conference in 2001.
Her work with disadvantaged people began at the Community Development Foundation and English Partnerships where she established major programmes based on the concept of community investment.
She has served on numerous public and private boards including Severn Trent Water, the government's Better Regulation Taskforce and the Development Corporation.
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The chief operating officer at Britain’s Personal Best, the £1m Olympic legacy project that will culminate in a national mass participation weekend in early October, is confident that it will meet its first-year participation targets of 6,500 charities and community groups and 125,000 individuals.
Several sector umbrella bodies have today announced their support for the Britain's Personal Best campaign, which has received £1m from the Big Lottery Fund to run a fundraising challenge weekend in October.
Big Society Network is preparing to launch a major Olympic legacy campaign called Britain’s Personal Best, which aims to become the “largest mass participation event in Britain, the biggest fundraising event in history and the most successful human development event in history”.
Chair of Volunteering England Sukhvinder Kaur-Stubbs said yesterday that charities can both improve integrity and raise the standard of services in the private sector.
I can see nowhere to register my 'challenge' and all the social networking tools say 'coming soon'. All I would say to Britain's Personal Best is that the weekend of 4-6th Oct is also coming soon and all you have is a one-page website to show for £1m.
The ‘shareholder spring’ shows how active citizens can make markets less exploitative, says Sukhvinder Kaur-Stubbs.
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