NEWS25 July 2022

NatCen names four trustees

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UK – The National Centre for Social Research (NatCen) has appointed four trustees to sit on its board.

Four NatCen trustees

Helen Barnard (pictured top left), director of research and policy at Pro Bono Economics and associate director at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, Oliver Foster (pictured bottom right), chief executive at Pagefield Communications, Bruce Gordon (pictured top right), chairman at Thames Valley Capital, and Saratha Rajeswaran (pictured bottom left), director of external affairs at BVCA, will take up their roles on NatCen’s board this month.

The trustees will support NatCen’s strategic plans and development and work collectively with the rest of the board on the future direction of the organisation.

Sir Stuart Etherington, chair of NatCen’s board of trustees, said: “NatCen has a proud and long heritage of conducting social research, understanding the complexity of people’s lives and giving the public a powerful voice in shaping decisions and services that make a difference to everyone.

“I am delighted to welcome Helen, Oliver, Bruce and Saratha as new trustees and look forward to their contribution in the delivery of our ambitious Towards 2025 strategy.”