Richard Piper joins Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity

Plus Olivia Marks-Woldman, Neil Richardson, Jeremy Bennett and David Gold

Richard Piper
Richard Piper

- Richard Piper, the National Council for Voluntary Organisations' head of strategy and impact, has become director of Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity. Piper established NCVO Consultancy and co-led its performance hub.

- Olivia Marks-WoldmanOlivia Marks-Woldman is the new chief executive of the Holocaust Memorial Day Trust. She joins from Breast Cancer Care.

- Neil Richardson has become information systems director at BSS, a not-for-profit outsourcing communications company. He was previously chief information officer at Buying Solutions, an agency of HM Treasury.

Trustees

- Jeremy Bennett, a former bank bailout specialist at HM Treasury, has joined the board of the Disasters Emergency Committee as vice-chair.

David Gold- Richard House Children's Hospice in east London has made David Gold a trustee. Gold is chief executive of the recruitment firm Prospectus, deputy chair of the Foyer Federation and patron of Greenhouse Schools and Social Enterprise UK.

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