Ellen Broomé has been appointed as Chief Executive at the Family and Childcare Trust. Having joined the charity in 2014 and served as Deputy Chief Executive and Joint Chief Executive, Ellen’s appointment brings a strong commitment and new vigour to the charity’s work to make the UK a better place for families.
Ellen will be assuming full responsibility of the Chief Executive role after serving as Joint Chief Executive since April 2017 in a job share with Julia Margo. Having led the Family and Childcare Trust for two years, Julia is now leaving to join the Genesis Research Trust as Chief Executive.
Prior to joining the Family and Childcare Trust, Ellen was Director of Policy and Public Affairs at the Children’s Society. She has also worked for the National Autistic Society, in the private sector for Hill & Knowlton and in Parliament. Ellen started her career as a secondary school teacher.
Ellen Broomé said:
David White, Chair of the Board of Trustees, said:
Contact: Mark Bou Mansour, telephone 020 7940 7535 or 07538 334 772, email: email@example.com.
About the Family and Childcare Trust
The Family and Childcare Trust aims to make the UK a better place for families. We are a leading national family charity in the field of policy, research and advocacy on childcare and family issues, with over 40 years’ experience. Our on-the-ground work with parents and providers informs our research and campaigns. We focus on the early years and childcare because they are crucial to boosting children’s outcomes throughout life and supporting parents to work.
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