Movers: Vanessa Griffiths walks into the Ramblers

Plus: Phil Talbot takes global responsibility at World Animal Protection, Martin Halliwell takes over British Red Cross finances and Jason Caplin becomes Barnardo's first chief digital officer

Vanessa Griffiths
Vanessa Griffiths

Vanessa Griffiths has been appointed chief executive of the walking charity, the Ramblers. She will join in November from the National Trust Wales, where she is assistant director.

The animal welfare charity World Animal Protection has appointed Phil Talbot as the global director of marketing, communications and fundraising. He was director of communications at the British Red Cross.

Sinead Scott-Lennon, deputy head of communications at the Dogs Trust, has been appointed head of communications and campaigns at the reading charity BookTrust.

Martin Halliwell has been appointed chief finance officer at the British Red Cross. He was vice president of finance for the consumer goods company Unilever in Vietnam.

The former agency fundraiser Gordon Michie (below) has been appointed head of fundraising at the armed forces charity Poppyscotland.

Lieutenant General Sir Andrew Gregory has been appointed controller of the armed forces charity SSAFA. Gregory retired from the army in April after 35 years of service.

The development charity ActionAid UK has appointed John Good, finance director at the International Planned Parenthood Federation, as its chief operating officer.

The children's charity bibic has appointed Lynda Williams, director at the young people's charity Off the Record, as chief executive.

The children's charity Chicks has appointed Robert Gofton as chief executive. He joins from the same role at Falmouth and Exeter Students' Union.

The National Council for Voluntary Organisations has promoted policy manager Elizabeth Chamberlain to head of policy and public services.

The children's charity Barnardo's has appointed Jason Caplin as its first chief digital officer. He joins from the same role at the Department for International Trade.

Eithne Rynne has been appointed as chief executive of the Kent Association for the Blind. She joins from the same role at the London Voluntary Service Council.

Wanda Wyporska has joined the Equality Trust as executive director. She was lead equalities officer at the Association of Teachers and Lecturers.

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