PUBLIC SECTOR: RNID loses campaigns head to kids charity

The Royal National Institute for the Deaf is losing its first campaigns and political affairs head, Rachel Oliver, who is joining UK-based charity the European Children’s Trust as its first public affairs head (PR Week, 6 November). Oliver will report to the charity’s chief executive, Donald McCready, and be responsible for relations with governments, the European Commission and grant-making bodies. The European Children’s Trust, until last June known as the Romanian Orphanages Trust, promotes sustainable childcare in central and eastern Europe. The RNID is splitting Oliver’s role and is now actively seeking a campaigns head and a political affairs head.

The Royal National Institute for the Deaf is losing its first

campaigns and political affairs head, Rachel Oliver, who is joining

UK-based charity the European Children’s Trust as its first public

affairs head (PR Week, 6 November). Oliver will report to the charity’s

chief executive, Donald McCready, and be responsible for relations with

governments, the European Commission and grant-making bodies. The

European Children’s Trust, until last June known as the Romanian

Orphanages Trust, promotes sustainable childcare in central and eastern

Europe. The RNID is splitting Oliver’s role and is now actively seeking

a campaigns head and a political affairs head.



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