Peter Hay, the former director of Birmingham City Council's adults and children's services and the president of the Association of Directors of Adult Social Care, is to be the new chair of Turning Point. Hay, who replaces Sarah Wood, will attend his first board meeting in November.
Three new trustees have been appointed at WaterAid. Matthew Tweedie, group finance director of Arup, Zaid Al-Qassab, chief brand and marketing officer at BT, and Peter Simpson, chief executive of of Anglian Water, will replace Rosemary Carr, Christopher Loughlin and Steve Vaid.
The National Citizen Service Trust has appointed its new board ahead of the organisation’s transition to Royal Charter status. The 10 appointments are: Lord McNicol of West Kilbride, former general secretary of the Labour Party; Tristram Mayhew, chair of Go Ape; Ndidi Okezie, digital and customer voice strategy at Pearson plc; Dame Sally Coates, director of Academies United Learning; Dame Julia Cleverdon, co-founder of Step Up To Serve; Ashley Summerfield from the consultancy firm Egon Zehnder; Paul Cleal, vice chair of Kingston University; John Maltby, chair of Good Energy Group; Ian Livingstone, co-founder of Games Workshop; and Flick Drummond, former MP for Portsmouth South.
Kresse Wesling, from the accessories firm Elvis and Kresse, has joined the board of Keep Britain Tidy. Elvis and Kresse rescues materials heading for landfill and turns them into luxury items.
Kids in Museums has appointed its first young trustees: Amy Shakespeare, 25, who works as marketing and impact officer for the Cornwall Museums Partnership; and Sarah Moreno, 23, a freelance educator and currently a learning assistant at the London Transport Museum.
The playwright Winsome Pinnock, the actress and writer Ellie Kendrick and the management consultant Sara Forbes have been appointed to the board of the theatre charity Clean Break. All three have joined with immediate effect.
Ian Brierley has been appointed chair of One Community, a community foundation in Kirklees, West Yorkshire. Brierley has been involved in the foundation for nine years and replaces Sir John Harman, who has retired.