Former medical college director takes senior role at engineering charity

David Howley is joining the charity EngineeringUK as its director of finance and corporate services.

He Joins from the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health, where he was director of corporate services.

He has also held senior financial roles at Barnardo’s and BBC Children In Need.

“I am thrilled to be joining EngineeringUK as the new director of finance and corporate services. EngineeringUK’s aim is to inspire future generations of engineers and I am excited to embark on the next steps of this journey with Hilary Leevers, the board and staff.”

At EngineeringUK he reports to chief executive Dr Hilary Leevers and a priority is to support the charity’s three-year strategy to support aspiring engineers.

“He brings a wealth of experience from over 20 years in the charity sector that I am sure will help us deliver on our mission to inspire tomorrow’s engineers,” added Leevers.

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