Former Stonewall chief executive Ben Summerskill to head the Criminal Justice Alliance

Plus: Imelda Redmond, Chris Hampson, Emma Sambrook and Neill Young

Ben Summerskill
Ben Summerskill

The former chief executive of the gay rights charity Stonewall has been appointed director of the charity the Criminal Justice Alliance, a coalition of 75 organisations involved in policy and practice in the criminal justice system. He will join in late March.

Imelda Redmond has been appointed chief executive of the children and families charity 4Children. She was previously director of policy and public affairs at Marie Curie Cancer Care.

Chris Hampson has been appointed chief executive of Look Ahead Care and Support. He was previously its deputy chief executive.

Hft, a charity that supports people with learning disabilities, has appointed Emma Sambrook as executive director of fundraising. She was director of development and alumni relations at the University of the West of England.

The disability charity Enham Trust has appointed Neill Young as its head of PR and media. He was communications manager at the Hampshire and Isle of Wight Community Rehabilitation Company.

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