Movers: Clare Pelham joins Epilepsy Society

Plus: The Guardian's digital editor joins Red Cross, double appointment at Macmillan Cancer Support and a new chief executive at Gingerbread

Clare Pelham
Clare Pelham

After five years as chief executive of Leonard Cheshire Disability, Clare Pelham has been appointed to the same role at the Epilepsy Society.

London's Air Ambulance has appointed Jonathan Jenkins as its new chief executive. Jenkins, who holds the same role at the Social Investment Business, will take up his new position in April.

Rosie Ferguson has been appointed chief executive of Gingerbread, the single-parent family charity. She was previously chief executive of the youth charity London Youth, which supports organisations that work with young people in the capital.

Sported has appointed Tom Burstow, former head of sport at Unicef, to the new post of deputy chief executive. Sported develops sports community groups for disadvantaged young people.

Fiona Summers has been appointed to the newly created role of head of quality and compliance at YMCA Awards, which provides training for people in the fitness industry. Simon Titley, formerly senior delivery manager at the awards body Pearson, has been appointed head of centre support at YMCA Awards.

Safe Families for Children has appointed Ann Day as safeguarding and quality assurance director. She was children's service manager at Gateshead Council.

Jennifer Scott has joined the Dulwich Picture Gallery as its new Sackler director. She was previously director of the Holburne Museum in Bath.

Geralyn Meehan is the new director of human resources at the Milestones Trust. She was lead consultant at the HR consultancy Smith & Williamson.

Paul Hill has joined the Essex Community Foundation as head of grants and programmes. He was assistant chief fire officer at the Essex County and Fire Rescue Service.

Macmillan Cancer Support has appointed Natasha Parker as head of partnerships and John Waterton as head of philanthropy. Parker was head of partnerships at Save the Children; Waterton was director of partnership development at the Children's Society.

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