Movers: Arvinda Gohil takes charge at Community Links

Plus: Peter Dawson at Prison Reform Trust, Business in the Community appoints Amanda Mackenzie and Lisa Hopkins joins SeeAbility

Arvinda Gohil
Arvinda Gohil

The social action charity Community Links has appointed Arvinda Gohil as chief executive. She held the same role at the homelessness charity Emmaus UK.

Peter Dawson has become director of the Prison Reform Trust, which works to improve conditions in prisons. He has been the charity's deputy director for the past year.

Business in the Community, the responsible business network set up by the Prince of Wales, has appointed Amanda Mackenzie as chief executive. She was chief marketing officer at the insurance company Aviva.

International Justice Mission, which aims to protect people in poverty from violence, has appointed David Westlake (right) as chief executive. He will join in November from the international development and relief charity Tearfund.

Adrian Sell has become chief executive of the international mental health charity BasicNeeds. He was executive director of the Oxford Parent Infant Project.

David Murray has been appointed as controller, the equivalent of chief executive, at the Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund. He will join in September from the same position at the armed forces charity SSAFA.

The Scottish armed forces children's charity the Royal Caledonian Education Trust has appointed Colin Flinn, head of fundraising at Poppyscotland, as chief executive.

David Smith, international director of the Bible Society, has been appointed chief executive of the housing and homelessness charity Oasis Aquila Housing.

SeeAbility, which works with adults with visual impairments and other disabilities, has appointed Lisa Hopkins as chief executive. She was managing director of Dimensions UK, which supports people with learning disabilities.

BEN, which supports people working in the automotive industry, has welcomed Zara Ross as chief executive.

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