Older people's charity MHA appoints Adrian Bagg as chief executive

Plus Sarah-Jayne Clifton, Nigel Wilson, Marian Spain, Simon Hills and Diana Ruthven

Adrian Bagg
Adrian Bagg

- The older people's care charity MHA has appointed Adrian Bagg as chief executive. He will join in March from the same role at the disability charity the Papworth Trust.

- The Jubilee Debt Campaign, which is part of a global movement calling for freedom from debt slavery for the world's poorest countries, has appointed Sarah-Jayne Clifton as director. She was a programme coordinator at Friends of the Earth International.

Nigel Wilson- The international development charity Vision Aid Overseas has promoted Nigel Wilson (right) from international programme director to executive director.

- Marian Spain is the new chief executive of the wild plant conservation charity Plantlife. She joins from the same role at the mental health charity the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust.

- Simon Hills has been appointed as the first chief executive of the young people's charity Peace Child International. He was previously a consultant.

Diana Ruthven- The Barrow Cadbury Trust has appointed Diana Ruthven (right) as its new communications manager. She was communications officer at the union the FDA.

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