Cancer support charity names next CEO

Cancer support charity Look Good Feel Better has named Mark Flannery as its next chief executive.

He joins from Leeds based St Gemma’s Hospice where he was executive director of income generation.

The charity supports people living with cancer by running wellbeing, health and beauty workshops at hospitals and care centres UK wide.

Flannery has also held senior roles at the Skills Network and in the education sector.

“I am honored to have this opportunity to lead Look Good Feel Better into the next chapter,” said Flannery.

“I am impressed by the hard work and commitment of the team to ensure they provide the much-needed services to all people going through cancer treatment and I cannot wait to get started.”

The charity’s chair Geoff Percy added: “Following a thorough recruitment process, when we met a number of high calibre candidates, we are absolutely delighted to have secured Mark’s services and are looking forward to an exciting future for the charity.”

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