Movers: Trussell Trust's David McAuley moves to chief's role at Openhouse

Plus: Kate Wallace to take over at Victim Support Scotland; David Hedley becomes company secretary at Community Integrated Care; and Ormiston Families appoints Kate Higgs to fundraising director role

David McAuley
David McAuley

David McAuley, chief executive of the food-bank charity the Trussell Trust, is to take up the same role at Openhouse, which works with young and vulnerable people. McAuley, who has been at the Trussell Trust for nine years, will in September replace Claire Mould, who is becoming chief executive of Cintre, a charity that supports people with additional needs in Bristol and the surrounding area. "I am truly excited about this new challenge working with vulnerable young people and am looking forward to building this new chapter in my life," said McAuley.

Victim Support Scotland has appointed Kate Wallace as chief executive. She will join in October from the same role at Visualise Scotland, which works with people with disabilities and complex needs.

The health and social care charity Community Integrated Care has welcomed David Hedley as company secretary and legal counsel. He was group legal counsel and company secretary at the digital communications group Join the Dots (Research).

The east of England family charity Ormiston Families has appointed Kate Higgs as director of fundraising and marketing. She was head of income generation at the volunteering charity Volunteering Matters.

The housing and homelessness charity Shelter has appointed Ros Micklem as chair. Micklem, who has been a Shelter trustee since 2014 and chairs its Scotland committee, has been elected to succeed Sir Derek Myers, who was chief executive of the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea when the decision was taken to refurbish Grenfell Tower, and who stood down in the wake of the fire. For the full story on Micklem’s appointment, click here.

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