Kathryn Llewellyn has been appointed as the new chief executive of Concern Universal, which helps people in poverty in Africa, Bangladesh and Brazil. She was previously executive director of the Great Initiative, which tackles gender inequality.
Amy Woolf has been made chief executive of MS-UK, a charity that supports people affected by multiple sclerosis. She was manager of the Child Law Advice Line at the Coram Children's Legal Centre, which provides free advice to young people and their families.
The British Council, the charity for educational opportunities and cultural relations, has appointed Caroline Stockman as chief financial officer. She was at Save the Children International.
The childhood bereavement charity Winston's Wish has made Carolyn Scott a community outreach practitioner for its Switch bereavement programme. She was a mental health worker.
Dame Julia Cleverdon is now chair of the National Literacy Trust, which helps to raise literacy levels. She is also vice-president of Business in the Community.