MS Society digital chief takes top role at Bank Workers Charity

Ed Holloway is moving from the MS Society UK, where he is executive director of digital and services, to become chief executive of the Bank Workers Charity (BWC).

He said he is “excited to be joining” the benevolent charity “at such an important point in its development”.

Holloway, who takes up his new role in January, said: “The need for charities to be relevant for the people they help has never been greater, and BWC services a wide community in a number of diverse ways.”



He added that he “will always remain part of the MS community and I look forward to seeing the MS Society continue to go from strength to strength after my departure”.

Holloway has been with the MS Society for almost 14 years and executive director of digital services at the MS Society since January 2020. He is also a trustee at Africa’s Future since 2002.

Recent activity by the BWC to support bank workers has included a link up with My Possible Self (MPS) to improve mental health and wellbeing. MPS is an App to help users tackle anxiety, stress and depression.

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