Harriet Tolputt joins Oxfam as head of media

Plus Jonathan Parke, Sue Cotton, Enver Solomon, Harriet Kemp and Sally Case

Harriet Tolputt
Harriet Tolputt

- Harriet Tolputt, a producer at Sky News, will join Oxfam as its head of media in December.

- Jonathan Parke has been appointed director of commissioning at the Responsible Gambling Trust. He was previously a senior lecturer in consumer behaviour at Salford Business School, University of Salford.

- Sue CottonChild Action Northwest has appointed Sue Cotton (right) as chief executive. She joins from Action for Children, where she was head of children's programmes.

- Enver Solomon, director of policy and public affairs at the Children's Society, has been appointed director of evidence and impact at the National Children's Bureau.

- The Institute of Business Ethics, a charity that helps companies to be more ethical, has appointed Harriet Kemp as head of development. She was head of corporate responsibility at the vehicle glass repair company Belron.

Sally Case- Sally Case (right) is the new chief executive at the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation. Case was head of prosecutions at the RSPCA.

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