Movers: Philip Goodwin appointed chief executive of VSO

Plus: Lisa Morris-Tomkins, Murielle Maupoint, Dave Hawes, Eleanor O'Gorman and Tom Shelston

Philip Goodwin
Philip Goodwin

VSO, the international development organisation, has appointed Goodwin as chief executive. He was chief executive at Tree Aid and previously spent 11 years with the British Council.

The Retired Greyhound Trust has appointed Lisa Morris-Tomkins as its new chief executive. She was previously interim chief executive of Greyhound Rescue West of England. She will replace Peter Laurie, who is leaving the charity to become director of operations at Battersea Dogs and Cats Home.

Hope for Children has appointed Murielle Maupoint as its chief executive. She was chief executive and founder of Live It Ventures, a training, consultancy and publishing business.

Dave Hawes has been appointed finance director of the Devon Air Ambulance Trust. He joins from the financial outsourcing company Capita Asset Services and replaces Steve Tupper, who is retiring after 12 years in the role.

Eleanor O'Gorman has been appointed director of policy and practice at the peacebuilding NGO Conciliation Resources. O'Gorman has worked most recently as a freelance strategist and researcher.

Tom Shelston is joining the Royal Horticultural Society as director of members and marketing. Shelston was previously members and donors director at the National Trust. Annette Rawstrone

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