Who's who in #globaldev: July 2015 executive appointments

By Ma. Eliza Villarino 03 August 2015

Jasmine Whitbread, outgoing CEO of Save the Children. She announced her resignation early in July. Photo by: Benedikt von Loebell / World Economic Forum / CC BY-NC-SA

Save the Children International will have a new board chair later this year and CEO by the start of 2016.

Jasmine Whitbread, the incumbent and first international CEO, announced her resignation in early July. She said her decision was not an easy one but she felt “this is the right time — both for Save the Children to have a new leader and for me to find my next challenge.”

Sir Alan Parker, meanwhile, is the next chairman of the international board. He is currently the chairman of Save the Children U.K. and will be succeeded to the post by Peter Bennett-Jones, a founding trustee of U.K. charity Comic Relief, in September.

Below are other major appointments in July across the international development community.

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Currently based in New York City, Eliza is a veteran journalist focused on covering the most pressing issues and latest innovations in global health, humanitarian aid, sustainability and development. A member of Mensa, Eliza has earned a master's degree in public affairs and bachelor's degree in political science from the University of the Philippines.

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