Gail Scott-Spicer appointed chief executive of the Carers Trust

Plus: Anand Shukla, Helen Wright, Julie Whelan, Anne Longfield, Philip Mansbridge, Paul Morrish, Jude Bridge, Brian Dow, Celia Richardson and Jane Harris

Gail Scott-Spicer
Gail Scott-Spicer

The Carers Trust has appointed Scott-Spicer as its new chief executive.

She will move in February from her current role as director of marketing and communications at the Scout Association. Scott-Spicer has also been deputy head of the charity chief executives body Acevo.

Comic Relief's new finance director is Helen Wright, former director of financial governance at Save the Children International.

4Children chief executive Anne Longfield will leave the charity in March to become the Children's Commissioner for England.

LandAid, the property industry charity, has appointed Paul Morrish as chief executive. He will join in February from the advocacy charity VoiceAbility, where he is deputy chief executive.

Rethink Mental Illness has appointed Brian Dow as director of external affairs. He was director of communications at the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health.

The National Autistic Society has appointed Jane Harris as director of external affairs and social change. She joins from Leonard Cheshire Disability, where she was managing director of campaigns and engagement.

CORRECTION - In last month's Movers, Nigel Evans was listed as the new chief executive of Stagetext. This should have been Nigel McCune. Apologies.

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