New Chief Executive Joins Age UK Lancashire
Published on 10 May 2018 05:17 PM
Age UK Lancashire is delighted to announce the arrival on our new Chief Executive, Teri Stephenson.
Teri joins us from her previous role as Head of Specialist Services with the RNIB and brings a wealth of experience across the charity and care sectors.
Age UK Lancashire Chair of Trustees Vivien Mumford said: “Against a field of high-calibre applicants for the role of CEO, Teri was the stand-out candidate. She is a proven leader with a superb range of skills, and a real passion for delivering quality services. On behalf of the Board, I am delighted to welcome her to Age UK Lancashire.”
Teri has a passion for supporting vulnerable people and has devoted her career to working with a wide demographic of the most vulnerable groups. She is also an active member of the Association of Chief Executives for Voluntary Organisations (ACEVO).
Vivien Mumford: “Lancashire has one of the highest numbers of socially isolated older people in the country. Our key aim at Age UK Lancashire is to help them, and all older people, to enjoy a more fulfilling life. We are very confident that under Teri’s leadership the organisation will go from strength to strength, increasing its capacity to enhance the lives of older people.”