Wellbeing of Women appoints Fiona Leishman as chief executive

Plus: Tim Pilkington, Anna Smith, Bob Chambers, Athena Lamnisos

Fiona Leishman
Fiona Leishman

Fiona Leishman has been appointed chief executive of Wellbeing of Women. Leishman joins from Marie Cure Cancer Care, where she has been head of patron development.

Tim Pilkington will become acting chief executive of the international children's charity World Vision UK in January. He is currently its finance and risk director.

Anna Smith has been named as the new chief executive of the domestic and sexual violence charity Advance. She was previously chief executive of the domestic violence charity Survive, working in Bristol and South Gloucestershire.

The Christian development agency Feba has appointed Bob Chambers as chief executive. He was previously its director for transition.

Athena Lamnisos has joined the women's cancer charity The Eve Appeal as chief executive. She was previously director of external affairs at Community Links.

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