Steve Holliday becomes chair of Crisis

Plus Terrie Alafat, Peter Redfern, Ben Phillips, Kevin Clements, Betsy Reed, Christine Christie, Peter Letley

Steve Holliday
Steve Holliday

- Steve Holliday, the chief executive of National Grid, has become the chair of the homelessness charity Crisis. Six other new trustees will join the board. They include Terrie Alafat, director of housing growth and affordable housing at the Communities and Local Government department, and Pete Redfern, chief executive of housebuilder Taylor Wimpey.

- Ben Phillips has been appointed campaigns director at Oxfam. He is currently global mobilisation director for Save the Children and starts his new job in May.

- St Nicholas Hospice Care has promoted Kevin Clements to director of fundraising and marketing. He was previously partnerships fundraising manager at the charity.

Betsy Reed- Betsy Reed has joined the sustainability charity Forum for the Future as head of communications and marketing. She was head of campaigns at Zero Waste Scotland.

- Christine Christie has become director of services at Co-ordinated Action Against Domestic Abuse. She joins from the NSPCC, where she was a strategy and development manager.

The advocacy charity VoiceAbility has appointed Peter Letley as its chair. He is chief executive of T Bailey Asset Management.

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