News about Fight for Sight’s Chief Executive

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10 March 2019
Source: Fight for Sight

Message from Nigel Pantling, Chair of Trustees: Michele Acton, our Chief Executive, will be leaving Fight for Sight in early May 2019 to take up the position of CEO of the Royal Society of Medicine. Since Michele joined Fight for Sight in 2006 she has moved the charity from being an established but specialised charity focussed on supporting research at

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Vicky McDermott stands down as GOC Chief Executive and Registrar

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7 February 2019
Source: General Optical Council

The General Optical Council (GOC) has today announced that its Chief Executive and Registrar, Vicky McDermott, has stood down to spend more time with her family following the birth of her daughter. Vicky said, “I have enjoyed my time at the GOC and I am confident that there are great things to come for the organisation. I am looking forward

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Vista is delighted to announce the appointment of their new Chief Executive, Susan Hoath

19 December 2018
Source: Vista

Vista is delighted to announce the appointment of their new Chief Executive, Susan Hoath, who will join the charity in January. Susan spent almost 20 years working in and with the NHS, mostly in roles commissioning community services and working across health and care. After a brief period in the private sector and then at the Department of Health, she

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Civil Society: Sense chief executive to stand down

10 May 2018
Source: Civil Society

Gillian Morbey will step down in July after eight years as chief executive of deafblindness charity Sense. Morbey, who was appointed chief executive of the charity in October 2010, is retiring from the role but will work part time on the charity’s implementation of a new centre in Birmingham. She was previously head of Sense Scotland from 1985-2010 and was

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Royal Blind Group Appoints New Chief Executive

26 June 2017
Source: Royal Blind Group

Scotland’s largest visual impairment organisation has announced the appointment of a new Chief Executive. Mark O’Donnell will take up the role of Chief Executive of Royal Blind and Scottish War Blinded, which are together known as Royal Blind Group, at the end of July. Mr O’Donnell, currently Chief Executive of Chest Heart and Stroke Scotland, will take over from Richard

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KAB vacancy: Chief Executive Officer

11 April 2016
Source: KAB

Competitive Salary, Maidstone Kent    Kent Association for the Blind (KAB) is a countywide voluntary organisation providing rehabilitation services to visually impaired people in Kent, Medway, and Bromley.  We are seeking an inspirational leader who can build on the achievements of the current post holder and continue to expand and diversify the charity’s portfolio. This is a challenging and rewarding

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