Movers: Kevin Clements is director of fundraising at the Animal Health Trust

Plus: Iain Heaton goes to Blue Cross; Janette O'Neill to retire from USPG; and Andy Moreman appointed chief executive of Young Devon

Kevin Clements
Kevin Clements

The Animal Health Trust has welcomed Kevin Clements as its new director of fundraising. He joined this month from St Nicholas Hospice Care, where he was director of fundraising and marketing and deputy chief executive.

The animal charity Blue Cross has appointed Iain Heaton as director of finance and resources. He joins in September from the Pony Club, where he has been working as director of finance and operations and latterly as interim chief executive.

Janette O’Neill, chief executive of the Anglican mission agency USPG, has announced that she is to retire after six years in the role. She was both the first woman and the first lay person to be appointed to the position.

Andy Moreman has been appointed chief executive of Young Devon, which supports vulnerable young people. He will join in September from the same role at the Christian publishing company CPO.

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