Centre for Ageing Better
18 Jul 2019
Four newly-created roles will work with the Chief Executive and Executive Directors to enhance the organisation’s ability to form partnerships, influence others to act and achieve measurable impact. The new Associate Directors are Kim Chaplain (Work), Alison Giles (Healthy Ageing), Dame Clare Tickell (Housing) and Patrick Vernon OBE (Communities).
The Centre for Ageing Better has appointed four Associate Directors to support the successful delivery of its strategic priorities and ambitious goals.
Each Associate Director is a leading figure in their field and will help Ageing Better to build on its achievements to date, to foster new partnerships with external organisations and accelerate change.
The new Associate Directors are:
Anna Dixon, Chief Executive at the Centre for Ageing Better, commented:
“The skills, experience and expertise of our fantastic new Associate Directors will provide a huge boost to our work and help us to drive change in sectors like work, health, housing and communities.
“All four individuals bring a wealth of expert knowledge and connections across their respective sectors. As part of our Senior Leadership team, I know they will all play a vital role in driving our work to transform later life by identifying the most impactful changes and influencing others to act with urgency.