Movers: Zillah Bingley joins Rainbow Trust

Plus: Plan International UK appoints Simon Bishop, Tracey Griffin moves to Scope and Pam Orchard connects with St Martin's

Zillah Bingley
Zillah Bingley

The Rainbow Trust Children's Charity has appointed Zillah Bingley as chief executive. She will join in January from the same role at Research Autism.

The community volunteering charity Volunteering Matters has appointed Laura Doughty as deputy chief executive and Emma Thomas-Hancock as director of volunteering delivery.

The children's charity Plan International UK has appointed Simon Bishop as director of policy and programmes. He was a special adviser to Justine Greening, the former Secretary of State for International Development.

Tracy Griffin has joined the disability charity Scope as executive director of marketing, fundraising and communications. She was director of fundraising at the housing and homelessness charity Shelter.

Robert Dufton will in January become chief executive of Moorfields Eye Charity. He is director of campaigns at the University of Sheffield.

UCanDoIT, which provides IT training for disabled people, has appointed Samantha Barber, director of external relations at the veterans support charity Stoll, as chief executive.

Bill Stevenson is the new chief executive of Boys' Brigade UK & Republic of Ireland. He was director of Boys' Brigade Scotland.

The Welsh gender equality charity Chwarae Teg has appointed Cerys Furlong, director for Wales at the Learning and Work Institute, as chief executive.

The homelessness charity The Connection at St Martin's has appointed Pam Orchard as chief executive. She will join in March from the same role at Providence Row, also a homelessness charity.

Josephine McCartney has been appointed chief executive of the Kent Community Foundation. She will join in January from the Imperial College Healthcare Charity, where she is director of fundraising and communications.

Pauline Smith, director of services at the Jewish disability charity Norwood, has been appointed chief executive of CXK, which supports disadvantaged young people.

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