Andrew Johnston joins Consortium for Street Children as chief executive

Plus Helen Horn, Mark Webb, Craig Titley, James MacColl and Karen Sugarman

Andrew Johnston
Andrew Johnston

- Andrew Johnston has joined the Consortium for Street Children as chief executive. He was previously advocacy and HR director at Christian Solidarity Worldwide.

- Helen Horn is the new chief executive of Womankind Worldwide. She led the Humanitarian Partnership Agreement in Australia.

Mark Webb- Breast Cancer Campaign has appointed Mark Webb (right) as director of finance and corporate services. He was head of finance and corporate services at Plan International UK.

- The music charity Future Talent has appointed Craig Titley as chief executive. He joins from the dance company Rambert, where he was director of marketing.

- The Campaign for Better Transport has named James MacColl as head of campaigns. He will join in December from Renewable UK, where he is head of public affairs.

Karen Sugarman- Karen Sugarman (right) has been promoted to director of fundraising at Shooting Star Chase children's hospice. She was head of its specialist fundraising department.

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