BME group fills two senior roles

An organisation billing itself as ‘the new voice for black and minority ethnic (BME) third sector organisations' has made two high-profile PR ­appointments.

Vandna Gohill is to head up the initiative as director. She was formerly learning and development manager at Futurebuilders England.

Martin Ball, previously head of public affairs at mental health charity Together, has taken the head of campaigns role.

Voice4Change England (VC4E) is a coalition of 20 national and regional organisations, which aims to provide a co-ordinated voice for the BME voluntary and community sector. It is funded by the Office of the Third Sector and will be officially launched in the autumn.

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