Deborah Gold appointed chief executive of the National Aids Trust

Plus: Ruth Hunt, Claire Calder, Alastair Mulvie and Bernard Aryeetey

Deborah Gold
Deborah Gold

Deborah Gold has been appointed chief executive of the National Aids Trust. She is currently in an interim role at Disability Action in Islington and before that was chief executive of Galop, the LGBT anti-violence and abuse charity. The NAT has also appointed Harry Wade to the new role of fundraising manager. He will move from Macmillan Cancer Support, where he is regional fundraising manager.

Stonewall has appointed Ruth Hunt as chief executive. She had been acting chief executive of the gay rights charity and before that was the deputy chief executive.

Dogs Trust has appointed Claire Calder as its first European policy adviser. She has most recently been a policy officer for companion animals at the campaigning organisation Eurogroup for Animals in Brussels.

Alastair Mulvie has joined the Abbeyfield Society, which provides accommodation and care for older people, as fundraising director. He held the same role at St John Ambulance for 10 years.

The housing charity Shelter has appointed Bernard Aryeetey as head of policy, research and public affairs. He was head of government relations at Save the Children.

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