Judi Newman and Stephanie Renouf
A SUFFOLK charity has made two key appointments thanks to an anonymous donation.The Suffolk Foundation has been joined by Judi Newman and Stephanie Renouf.
A SUFFOLK charity has made two key appointments thanks to an anonymous donation.
The Suffolk Foundation has been joined by Judi Newman and Stephanie Renouf.
The appointments are as a result of an anonymous donation from a private individual keen to help raise awareness of the county's endowment fund building and grant-making charity.
Ms Newman, a former Oxfam fundraiser and Research Autism development director, brings a wealth of funding experience with institutions, stakeholders and potential donors in the newly-created role of development director.
She is a graduate of King's College London, and spent three years with the Royal Mail, where she took part in its highly competitive Management Access Programme, and took on two project management positions.
The mother-of-two is married to an accountant and lives in Wickham Market.
- 1 Forbidden Suffolk: 6 places you can't visit in the county
- 2 Suffolk town named one of the best places to go on holiday in the UK
- 3 Man stabbed in back and sides in Ipswich attack
- 4 Suffolk campsite named among the best in the UK by the Guardian
- 5 Ranking every League One away kit from worst to first
- 6 Striking new seafront café opens its doors to customers after two-year wait
- 7 'It riles me to the core' - Anger as sofas dumped near Suffolk beauty spot
- 8 Striker Jackson signs new Town deal
- 9 Teenager arrested after six people injured on university campus
- 10 'The children were buzzing' - Ed Sheeran sends video to Suffolk school
Ms Renouf, a former director of Norwich-based Hunt Public Relations, is a veteran PR consultant with more than 20 years' national and international experience. She takes on the newly-created role of head of communications.
She is married to a property consultant and lives in Walberswick.
The foundation's chief executive Stephen Singleton said: “We are so grateful to this anonymous donor. It is a wonderful Good Samaritan gesture. The foundation has reached a stage, especially with the introduction of the Grassroots Grants, where we needed to raise our communication and develop our support from across the county.”