Leaders to share plans to ‘build back better’ in Charity Finance Week closing panel

14 Oct 2020 Announcement

Paula Laird, director of finance and IT, WaterAid; Henny Braund, chief executive, Anthony Nolan; Kris Murali, director of finance and resources, The Scouts, and Martin Houghton-Brown, chief executive, St John Ambulance,

Charity leaders from Anthony Nolan, St John Ambulance, WaterAid and the Scout Association will share ideas about how the sector can thrive in a post-pandemic landscape.  

Henny Braund, chief executive of Anthony Nolan; Martin Houghton-Brown, chief executive of St John Ambulance; Paula Laird, director of finance and IT at WaterAid; and Kris Murali, director of finance and resources at the Scouts will share their experiences of responding to the crisis and look ahead to the next few months. 

Civil Society Media has combined three of our successful events: the Charity Finance Summit, the Charity Fraud Conference and the Charity Technology Conference, for a week of virtual events from 23-27 November. 

The overarching theme of the week is “turning crisis into opportunity”, and sessions will explore the role of finance and IT leaders in guiding their charities through the pandemic and rebuilding for the future. 

Sessions are split over four half days and the event is CPD accredited. 

View the full programme and book online here.

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