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Malcolm John Joins Charity Hall

We are delighted to announce that Malcolm John is joining us to Chair our founding Inductions Panel.

Malcolm John
Malcolm John

The Panel will be responsible for selecting the people and organisations that are Inducted into the Charity Hall of Fame, with our first class in 2025.

Malcolm is the founder of Action for Trustee Racial Diversity where he has been campaigning for greater diversity on the boards of UK charities for several years.

Malcolm is currently a Trustee of the Association of Charity Chairs and is the former Vice Chair of Anti Slavery International and the Vice Chair of Nacro. Malcolm has enjoyed a long career in charities and local government including External Funding Manager for Harrow Council and serving on the London grant making panel of BBC Children in Need.

Responding to his appointment Malcolm said,

"I’m delighted to be playing a part in this brilliant initiative. I look forward to leading the Charity Hall of Fame Induction Panel in deciding on the incredible and visionary individuals and charitable organisations who deserve to be celebrated and showcased for future generations, and will inspire others to follow in their giant footsteps. We are hugely excited to see your nominations."

Jamie Ward-Smith, Charity Hall's founder said,

"I'm thrilled that Malcolm has joined our team as founding Chair of the Inductions Panel. Under his expert guidance we'll be able to ensure that our Inductees represent the very best and most impactful of community changemakers."

Malcolm joins a founding Panel of experienced civil society founders and leaders. We are currently seeking more members - if you'd like to consider joining our team please get in touch.


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