The Royal Air Force Museum appoints Maggie Appleton as chief executive

Plus: Caroline Davey, Claire Hubberstey, Roslyn Neely and Di Steer

Maggie Appleton
Maggie Appleton

The Royal Air Force Museum has appointed Maggie Appleton as chief executive. She joins from Luton Culture, a charity that delivers services such as museums, arts, libraries and community centres, where she has been chief executive since 2008.

Caroline Davey has joined the baby care charity Bliss as chief executive. She was previously director of policy, advice and communications at Gingerbread, the charity for single parents.

Claire Hubberstey has been appointed chief executive at Safer London Foundation, which supports young people affected by crime, violence and sexual exploitation. She has been interim chief executive for the past five months.

The Sick Kids Friends Foundation has appointed Roslyn Neely as chief executive. Neely, currently director of fundraising and communications at the Children's Hospice Association Scotland, will take up her new role in January.

Di Steer has been appointed chief executive of the drowning prevention charity the Royal Life Saving Society UK. Steer has worked for the RLSS UK as corporate director and, more recently, acting chief executive.

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