Impetus Trust hires Jenny North to policy role

Plus Sam Matthews, Hannah Watson, Tony Samuel, George Jenkins and Mick Giannasi

Jenny North
Jenny North

- The venture philanthropy charity Impetus Trust has appointed Jenny North as director of policy and strategy. She joins from Relate, where she was head of public policy.

- Sam Matthews has been appointed interim chief executive at Charities Evaluation Services, a charity that provides support services for voluntary sector organisations. She was previously deputy chief executive.

- Hannah WatsonHannah Watson (right) has joined Gingerbread, which works with single-parent families, as individual giving manager. She joins from the disaster relief charity RedR UK, where she was individual giving and partnerships manager.

- Freedom from Torture has taken on Tony Samuel as director of fundraising. He was previously head of individual giving at World Jewish Relief.

Trustees

- The Cystic Fibrosis Trust has appointed George Jenkins, deputy chair of NHS Blood and Transplant, as its new chair.

- Mick GiannasiMick Giannasi (right), the former chief constable of Gwent Police, has joined the board of the Children's Safety Education Foundation.

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