Who's Moving: Girlguiding, Community Integrated Care and more

14 Jan 2019 News

Angela Salt

Chief Executives

Youth charity Girlguiding has appointed Angela Salt as its next chief executive, who starts her role today. Prior to this, she was a self-employed consultant and philanthropy adviser. She also worked as CEO of the Tony Blair Faith Foundation until November 2017.

Bond, the umbrella body for international aid charities, has appointed Stephanie Draper as chief executive. She will take up the post in mid-March. 

Non executives

Libby Raper has been appointed as the new chair of the board of trustees at social care charity, Community Integrated Care. She will replace Dame Joan Stringer, who held the role from 2014.

Pro Bono Economics, a charity that uses economic tools to help the charity sector improve its impact, has appointed Clare Lombardelli to their board of trustees. She is the director general of economics and chief economic advisor to the Treasury.

The Duchess of Sussex, Meghan Markle, is to become the patron of four charities: arts charity, the National Theatre, education charity, the Association of Commonwealth Universities, women’s employment charity, Smart Works, and Mayhew, an animal charity. She is taking over the two former roles from the Queen.

Survivors Manchester, a charity that supports male survivors of sexual assault, is appointing Christos Tsaprounis to its board. He has worked with the charity since its conception and was the first person to raise money for the cause.

He said: “Survivors Manchester is a charity so close to my heart and when the opportunity to be involved as a Trustee came about it was an easy decision to accept, while appreciating the privilege and the incredible responsibility that the role comes with.”

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