DrugScope appoints Marcus Roberts as chief executive

Plus Carol Long, Ludo Keston, David Steadman, Francis McGee and Edward Lord

Marcus Roberts
Marcus Roberts

- The drug and alcohol charity DrugScope has appointed Marcus Roberts as chief executive. He was previously its director of policy.

Carol Long- Carol Long (right) has been named chief executive of Young Epilepsy. She will join in the spring from the NSPCC, where she is UK director of services for children and families.

- Ludo Keston, head of the Coventry Heritage and Arts Trust, will in January become chief executive of the River and Rowing Museum in Henley-on-Thames, Oxfordshire.

- Action on Hearing Loss has appointed David Steadman as executive director of fundraising and marketing. He will join in February from the children's charity Coram, where he is commercial director.

- Francis McGee has been appointed director of external affairs at the StepChange Debt Charity. He will join in January from the Money Advice Service, where he is head of policy and external affairs.

Edward Lord- The Haven, the breast cancer support charity, has appointed Edward Lord (right) as fundraising and development director. Lord was previously a fundraising consultant.

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