Our weekly summary of the latest movers in the charity sector.
The Cohesion and Integration Network (Coin) has appointed Jo Broadwood as its first chief executive.
Broadwood will start her new role in early February 2019, and will be joining from Street Doctors where she is currently chief executive.
The charity’s current interim chief executive Cathy Elliott will continue to work with the charity into 2019, and will help Broadwood with a handover.
James Rudoni has been appointed managing director of industry charity Mates in Mind.
Rudoni starts his new role today and has worked in the charity sector for over a decade. He was previously a managing partner at Ten Foot Thinking, a charity consultancy, and previously held directorships with Royal British Legion Industries, the Science Museum and the Royal Horticultural Society.
Terrie Alafat has been appointed chair of Hestia, the charity which supports adults and children in crisis.
Alafat is currently chief executive at Chartered Housing Institute and was awarded a CBE in 2013 for her services to homeless people. Before joining CIH, she was director of housing at the Department for Communities and Local Government.
She has worked in the civil service covering housing policies and programmes since 2003.
CLIC Sargent, the charity for young cancer patients and their families, has appointed Karen Eccles to its board of trustees.
Currently the director, commercial innovation at The Telegraph, Eccles has worked in advertising for over 20 years. Prior to joining The Telegraph, Eccles worked for Shortlist Media and Beano Studios.
Peter Hollins, chair of Clic Sargent’s trustee board, said: “We are delighted to welcome Karen to our board of trustees. Karen brings over 20 years’ experience in advertising and has led key transformation projects in digital and video.”
The Intensive Care National Audit and Research Centre has appointed three new trustees to its board.
The new trustees have been named as Sue James, a management consultant; Ruth Endacott, professor of Critical Care Nursing at Plymouth University and Jan van der Meulen, professor of Clinical Epidemiology, Department of Health Services Research and Policy, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM).
The organisation also announced that, after 16 years of service, Sir Nick Black would be stepping down from the board at the end of the year. Black is professor of Health Services Research at LSHTM.
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