Movers: Giles Webber takes up top job at Birmingham Dogs Home

Plus: Peter Aiers becomes chief executive of the Churches Conservation Trust; Helen Goulden appointed chief executive of the Young Foundation; Jack Lundie rejoins Save the Children and more

Giles Webber
Giles Webber

Birmingham Dogs Home has welcomed Giles Webber as its new chief executive. Webber, who was operations director at the Dogs Trustsucceeds Simon Price, who was asked to leave Birmingham Dogs Home after he was arrested in connection with an alleged £450,000 fraud at the charity. The police investigation into the allegations is ongoing.

Peter Aiers, director north and south east at the Churches Conservation Trust, has been promoted to chief executive. He takes over from Crispin Truman, who is taking up the top job at the Campaign to Protect Rural England.  

Helen Goulden has been appointed chief executive of the charitable think thank the Young Foundation. She will join in October from the innovation charity Nesta, where she is an executive director.

Jack Lundie has been appointed to the new role of centenary director at Save the Children. Lundie, who was director of brand and communications at Save between 2010 and 2014, has spent the past three years as director of communications at Oxfam

Citizens Advice has appointed Katie Martin to the new role of head of news, public affairs and campaigns. She will join on 29 August from Guardian News and Media, where she is head of philanthropic partnerships.

SYHA Hostelling Scotland has promoted Margo Paterson to chief executive. Paterson, who has worked for the charity for the past 16 years, was deputy chief executive.

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