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New trustees join the Collective Voice board

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The Collective Voice board is delighted to announce the appointment of three new trustees to help lead the charity into a new and exciting era. They are:

  • Vicki Beere CEO at Project 6
  • Callum Dixon Head of Member Relations and Support at Citizens Advice
  • Graeme Henderson Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Bristol

Following the appointment of independent Chair Lea Milligan in 2021 and the publication of our new strategy in April, the appointment of Vicki, Callum and Graeme represents another important step in our organisation’s development.

We also welcome to the board Nic Adamson, Deputy Chief Executive at Change Grow Live, who replaces Mark Moody.

Two trustees from our sponsoring organisations – Karen Biggs of Phoenix Trust and Mike Trace of Forward Trust – also step down. We are hugely grateful to Mike, Mark and our founding chair Karen for their leadership, expertise and organisational stewardship of Collective Voice as we move into our next chapter.

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Collective Voice is the national charity working to improve England’s drug and alcohol treatment and recovery systems