Movers: Mark Adams becomes chief executive of Community Integrated Care

Plus: Rohan Putter joins Bloodwise; Stephen Ballantyne to take up new role at the Amber Foundation; NCT welcomes Peter Pedersen and more

Mark Adams, chief executive of Community Integrated Care
Mark Adams, chief executive of Community Integrated Care

The health and social care charity Community Integrated Care has appointed Mark Adams as chief executive. Adams, who joined the charity today, was working in Dubai as chief executive of the healthcare operator Anglo Arabian Healthcare, which he founded.

Rohan Putter has been appointed director of fundraising and marketing at the blood cancer research charity Bloodwise. He was deputy director of fundraising at Barnardo’s.

Stephen Ballantyne has been appointed head of fundraising and communications at the Amber Foundation, which works with marginalised young people. He was executive director of fundraising at Together for Short Lives.

The parenting charity NCT has appointed Peter Pedersen as chief technology officer. He joins from a similar role at Channel 4. The charity has also announced that Carey Oppenheim, outgoing chief executive at the Early Intervention Foundation, David Shanks, senior legal counsel at Google, and Stephanie Maurel, chief executive of the volunteering charity Concordia, have all joined its board.

The humanitarian mapping charity MapAction has promoted Ian Davis from head of partnerships to director of fundraising and marketing.

St Margaret’s Hospice in Somerset has appointed Max Watson as visiting professor, supporting teaching at the charity’s academy, which provides training for professionals working in end-of-life care. Watson was medical director at the Northern Ireland Hospice.

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