Martin Houghton-Brown joins Depaul UK

Plus David Burland, Juliet Prager, Alexis Burnetts, Jacquie Smallwood and Victoria Reynolds

Martin Houghton-Brown
Martin Houghton-Brown

- The youth homelessness charity Depaul UK has appointed Martin Houghton-Brown as chief executive. He joins from the same role at Missing People.

- David Burland will join the children's hospice charity Shooting Star Chase as chief executive in November. He is currently deputy chief executive at Help the Hospices.

Juliet Prager- Juliet Prager (left) has been appointed deputy recording clerk at the Religious Society of Friends in Britain, the formal name for the Quakers. She will join in January from the Joseph Rowntree Charitable Trust.

- Alexis Burnetts has been promoted from senior legal counsel to head of legal at the NSPCC.

- Jacquie Smallwood has been appointed operations director at the welfare-to-work charity the Shaw Trust. She joins from the company Maximus.

Victoria Reynolds- Victoria Reynolds (right) is the new director of finance, information management and governance at the veterans charity Combat Stress. She was director of finance and ICT at Carers Trust.

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