After 5 years as Chief Executive of VSO, Marg Mayne is stepping down to take up a new role at UK based social enterprise, My Time Active.
Marg Mayne said:
“I can honestly say that my time at VSO has been the most stimulating and rewarding of my career to date. I am proud of growing our credentials as the leading development NGO that works through volunteers.”
Mari Simonen, Chair of the VSO International Board of Trustees, said:
“Marg has led the development and implementation of our People First strategy, and as a result leaves VSO with clear direction and development objectives, broader range of volunteering approaches, as well as increased overall income and more cost effective administration.”
VSO will be undertaking a global search to recruit Marg's permanent successor while an interim CEO will be appointed to lead the organisation from July.
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