Movers: John Gray, regional director, WSPA

Animal welfare charity WSPA has made six new appointments at its first UK office. John Gray, currently fundraising adviser at Save the Children, will lead the office from June as regional director. Rosie Chinchen joins as head of marketing from Diabetes UK, where she was head of supporter relationship marketing. Jane Robinson, former deputy director at the National Campaign for the Arts, joins as trust manager in June. Phil Woollam, previously a consultant at Greenpeace, is the new international marketing director. Olivia Langhoff, former international campaigns manager at Greenpeace, has been made head of international campaigns coordination. Mark Flannagan joins as head of international media from Diabetes UK, where he was campaigns director.

John Gray, currently fundraising adviser at Save the Children, will lead the office from June as regional director. Rosie Chinchen joins as head of marketing from Diabetes UK, where she was head of supporter relationship marketing. Jane Robinson, former deputy director at the National Campaign for the Arts, joins as trust manager in June. Phil Woollam, previously a consultant at Greenpeace, is the new international marketing director. Olivia Langhoff, former international campaigns manager at Greenpeace, has been made head of international campaigns coordination. Mark Flannagan joins as head of international media from Diabetes UK, where he was campaigns director.

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