Asda's Jane Macaulay joins Community Integrated Care, plus other movers

A round-up of the latest appointments including Julia Brown at Kisharon and Kerry Geldart at the Oral Health Foundation

Jane Macauley
Jane Macauley

The health and social care charity Community Integrated Care has welcomed Jane Macaulay as director of human resources. She previously spent 20 years working for the retailer Asda, most recently in senior HR and operational positions.  

The Oral Health Foundation has welcomed Kerry Geldart as director of operations. She was deputy chief executive at the Society for the Environment and takes over from Sharon Broom, who has left the charity after 17 years to take up the same role at the British Society of Dental Hygiene and Therapy. 

Dr Fiona Sim, senior clinical adviser for NHS England (Central Midlands), has been appointed chief medical adviser at the alcohol education charity Drinkaware. She will take up the role in November. 

The grant-maker Hanfod Cymru has appointed Siôn Brynach as chief executive. He joins from BBC Cymru Wales.

Julia Brown has been appointed director of operations and development at Kisharon, which supports people with learning disabilities. She has been working for the charity since March as a consultant.

Adele Duncan has been appointed chief executive of the Gordon Moody Association, which supports people with gambling issues. She will join in July from Phoenix Futures, which works with people with substance misuse problems, where she is director of operations.

Diana Owen has announced she is to step down as chief executive of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in early 2018, after more than 10 years in the role.

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