Movers: Steven Wibberley appointed chief at Cruse Bereavement Care

Plus: Michael Sobell Hospice Charity makes Judi Byrne chief executive; and Brett Terry joins NSPCC as director of people

Steven Wibberley
Steven Wibberley

Cruse Bereavement Care, which supports people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, has appointed Steven Wibberley as chief executive. He will join at the end of March from the British Lung Foundation, where he is chief operating officer, and will take over from Debbie Kerslake, who is retiring after 18 years with the charity.

Judi Byrne has joined the Michael Sobell Hospice Charity as chief executive. She was commissioner for health services at the NHS Harrow Clinical Commissioning Group and before that was chief executive of Butterfly Hospice in Boston, Lincolnshire.

Stuart Griffiths is the new director of research and services at Yorkshire Cancer Research. He was assistant director of research and strategy at Breast Cancer Now and spent the past year on secondment as head of strategy and initiatives at the National Cancer Research Institute.

The Royal Horticultural Society has appointed Helena Pettit as director of shows. She was managing director of the event management company the Grandstand Group.

Brett Terry has joined the NSPCC as director of people. He was director of people and organisational development at the Alzheimer’s Society.

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