The Board of Directors of Cure Violence Global™ is pleased to announce the selection of Dr. Fredrick Echols as its new Chief Executive Officer. After an extensive search, Dr. Echols was selected to lead CVG as it scales its operations in the U.S. and globally. He will assume his role as CEO effective May 23, 2022.
Professor Irene Tracey, currently Warden of Merton College, Oxford, has been nominated as the next Vice-Chancellor of the University of Oxford.
Women Deliver, a leading global advocate for gender equality and women’s health and rights, announced today that Dr. Maliha Khan has been appointed as the organization’s next President and CEO, effective April 4. Dr. Khan most recently served as Chief Programmes Officer of Malala Fund. She succeeds Kathleen Sherwin, who has served as Interim President and CEO for Women Deliver since June 2020.
The Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) is delighted to announce that its new director and chief executive will be Bronwen Maddox, who joins from the Institute for Government. Bronwen Maddox has been the director of the Institute for Government, an independent think tank based in London promoting better government, since September 2016.
The Board of Directors of Plan International USA, a leading organization advancing children’s rights and equality for girls, has appointed Mustafa Kudrati as Chief Executive Officer effective April 1, 2022.
Dr Charmaine Griffiths is the Chief Executive of the British Heart Foundation (BHF), the largest independent funder of cardiovascular research in the UK, and one of the largest in the world. She has a lifelong passion for improving human health and has spent her career finding ways to deliver positive impact for patients and their families. We sat down with Charmaine to discuss her role at the BHF, how the organisation responded to the challenges of the pandemic and what advice she’d give to the leaders of the future.
ClimateWorks Foundation Selects New CEO; Ford Foundation Promotes Sarita Gupta to Lead U.S. Programs
Helen Mountford, vice president for climate and economics at the World Resources Institute, has been selected as the next president and CEO of the $244 million foundation.
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