MS&L manager of London leaves for children’s charity

LONDON: Manning, Selvage & Lee’s loss is a charity’s gain.

LONDON: Manning, Selvage & Lee’s loss is a charity’s gain.

LONDON: Manning, Selvage & Lee’s loss is a charity’s gain.



Kleshna Handel, managing director of MS&L’s London office, is being

seconded to Big Brothers and Sisters of the United Kingdom, a children’s

charity that provides mentors for some of the 2.5 million children from

single-parent families. Handel will serve as marketing and

communications director for the group.



Handel has been a trustee of BB&S for the past six months and

specializes in working with not-for-profit organizations, including

Barnardo’s, The Alzheimer’s Disease Society and Help the Aged. ’I feel

an enormous empathy towards (BB&S),’ she said. ’I’ve become increasingly

aware that to make it a success in the UK, I would have to devote more

energy to it.’



According to Jackie Elliot, CEO of MS&L/London, Handel will not be

replaced as managing director. ’Our four key practices have developed

over the past year and a half, helped greatly by Kleshna’s own mentoring

skills,’ she said, adding that the practice heads will report directly

to her.



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