Matthew Patten joins the Mayor's Fund for London

Plus Tessa Barrett, Eithne Rynne, Sarah Vibert, Vicky Hemming, Anne Schroeer and Ian Waller

Matthew Patten
Matthew Patten

- The Mayor's Fund for London, which works with disadvantaged children and young people in the capital, has appointed Matthew Patten as chief executive. He will join on 1 October from the Lord's Taverners.

Tessa Barrett - Tessa Barrett (right) has been promoted from deputy chief executive to chief executive at Open Sight, which works with people with visual impairment in Hampshire.

- London Voluntary Service Council has appointed Eithne Rynne as chief executive. She was director of Greater London Volunteering.

Sarah Vibert - Sarah Vibert (right), head of charity partnerships at In Kind Direct, is the new head of development and policy at the Epilepsy Society.

- Vicky Hemming is the new people director at Leonard Cheshire Disability. She will join in November from the same role at Action on Hearing Loss. Anne Schroeer will also join next month as head of major gifts.

- The limbless veterans charity Blesma has appointed Ian Waller as director of support and communications. He was previously head of resettlement at the Ministry of Defence.

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