Steps Worldwide appoints Tim McLachlan as chief executive

Plus Dr Felix Davies, Ruth Holdaway Damian Chapman, Joanne Chilton and Rebecca Hughes

Tim McLachlan
Tim McLachlan

- Tim McLachlan has been appointed chief executive of Steps Worldwide, which supports people with lower limb conditions. He was executive director of 21st Century Legacy.

- Dr Felix Davies has joined the health and social care charity Turning Point as managing director for mental health services. He was director of psychological services at South Staffordshire and Shropshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust.

Ruth Holdaway - Ruth Holdaway (right) will become chief executive of the Women's Sport and Fitness Foundation. She was director of business development and communications at Women's Aid.

- Battersea Dogs & Cats Home has appointed Damian Chapman as corporate partnerships manager. He was head of fundraising at the young people's charity Base 51.

- The Alternative Futures Group has named Joanne Chilton as community services director. She was head of strategic commissioning at Blackburn with Darwen Council.

Rebecca Hughes- Rebecca Hughes (right) will join the British Council as director of international higher education from the University of Sheffield.

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