Movers: Perry Maddox to be chief executive at Restless Development

Plus: Matt Lent to leave UK Youth and head Future First; and Emily Cherry appointed director of policy and public affairs at Barnardo's

Parry Maddox
Parry Maddox

Perry Maddox, chief operating officer at the international development agency Restless Development, has been promoted to chief executive. He will take over from Nik Hartley, who will step down in March after almost 20 years with the charity, the past six as chief executive.

The education charity Future First has appointed Matt Lent as chief executive. He will join in January from UK Youth, where he is director of partnerships and policy.

Emily Cherry, head of participation at the NSPCC, has been appointed director of policy and public affairs at Barnardo’s. She will take up the new role on 28 November.

The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice in Glasgow has appointed Ann Loughrey as commercial business manager. She was head of corporate social responsibility at Scottish Power.

The Horniman Museum and Gardens has appointed Nick Merriman as its next chief executive. Merriman, who is director of the Manchester Museum at the University of Manchester and interim director of the Whitworth art gallery, will take up his new role in May, succeeding Janet Vitmayer.

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