New kid on the block: Ewing Foundation appoints a new chief executive

Pauline Hughes, part-time CEO for nearly 12 years, is finally being allowed to retire, as the Trustees are delighted to announce the appointment of Anne-Marie Hall as her successor.

The charity has grown in size and scope over this time, and the new post, which was advertised on the BATOD website, is full-time to include field work as well as leading the organisation.  Anne-Marie’s qualities, qualifications and experience are just what we were looking for.  She has a grounding in the Voluntary Sector, and a range of experience as a Teacher of the Deaf.

Anne-Marie currently works for Wandsworth Sensory Support Service, where she is Teacher in Charge of a Hearing Support Centre within a secondary school, and will take up her new role after Easter.  We look forward to working with Anne-Marie in the next phase of this unique charity, which celebrates its 65th year in 2017.

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