Sense International appoints new Director
27 March 2017
Alison Marshall joins from the International Planned Parenthood Federation, and has previously worked with UNICEF UK, Bond, CAFOD and a host of other international development organisations.
Alison, who has already visited Sense International programmes in India and Bangladesh, starts in her role this month, and will be responsible for the charity’s strategy, direction and operations.
Sense International Director, Alison Marshall, said:
“For over 20 years Sense International has been working in partnership with local organisations to provide expert support and services to people with deafblindness.It’s a privilege to join a charity that makes such a positive difference to the lives of so many in Bangladesh, India, Kenya, Peru, Romania, Tanzania and Uganda. I look forward to working with the fantastic team at Sense International, and to deliver on our ambition to reach and improve the lives of a greater number of people.”
Sense International Chief Executive, Gill Morbey, said:
“We’re delighted to have Alison as our new Director at Sense International. Alison has a wealth of experience, and most importantly shares our passion for the cause. We believe that she is the perfect person to lead and support our excellent team.”
First published: Tuesday 18 June 2013
Last updated: Wednesday 11 October 2017