Scott-Spicer quits Acevo for the Rainer 'front line'

Gail Scott-Spicer, deputy chief executive of Acevo, is leaving after three years at the umbrella body to become director of marketing and communications at young people's charity Rainer.

David Hunter, policy and communications officer at Acevo, said she was moving in order to make the most of her marketing background and pursue more "front-line work".

Scott-Spicer's post will be covered by Acevo staff members Abby Wright, who will become director for membership, and Nick Aldridge, who will take on her remaining duties.

At Rainer, Scott-Spicer will oversee marketing, communications, fundraising and policy work. "It will be very satisfying to apply Acevo's policy work on public service delivery and funding reform at Rainer," Scott-Spicer said in a statement.

Joyce Moseley, chief executive at Rainer, said that Scott-Spicer would bring "an enormous wealth of experience" gained in the public and third sectors.

"We want to make a difference to even more young people across the country, and Gail will play a big part in that," Moseley said.

Stephen Bubb, chief executive of Acevo, said that Scott-Spicer had made a significant contribution to the organisation's growth.

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