Carole Easton to join Platform 51 as chief executive

Plus Louise Griew, Crispin Zeeman, Adam Leach and Geoffrey Streetley

Carole Easton
Carole Easton

- Carole Easton has been made chief executive of Platform 51, which supports girls and women. She will join in January from the disfigurement charity Changing Faces, where she is deputy chief executive.

- Louise Griew has joined the Mayor's Fund for London, the charity for marginalised children and young people in the capital, as head of fundraising and communications. She previously worked at Sport England as strategic lead for business partnerships.

- Brain Tumour Research has appointed Crispin Zeeman (right) as marketing, communications and PR manager. He joins from the environmental charity the Earthwatch Institute, where he was international marketing and design manager.

- Y Care International, the international development agency of the YMCA, has appointed Adam Leach as chief executive. He was previously a consultant.

Geoffrey Streetley- Geoffrey Streetley (right) is the new head of commercial at Royal British Legion Industries, which provides a range of support to disabled and vulnerable people. He was formerly a self-employed management consultant.

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