Paralympic archer to join Charity Commission board

Former paralympic archer Pippa Britton has been appointed as a member of the Charity Commission’s Wales Board.

Britton, who is a double Paralympian with the GB archery team and has represented the Welsh able-bodied team is to start her three-year term at the end of September.

She has finished on the podium at six world championship events, 24 international events and gained 11 world records.

She is currently vice chair of Sport Wales and sits on the board of the British Paralympic Association.

Her previous roles include vice chair of UK Anti-Doping and chair of its audit and risk committee. She has also been a chair of Disability Sport Wales.

“She uses her lived and professional experience to contribute towards her passion of improving equity and inclusion, all with well-being and fairness at the heart,” said the regulator.

Meanwhile, Charity Commission remuneration and appointments committee chair Joanne Prowse has been reappointed to the role.

Prowse, who is chief executive and board member of the Phone-paid Services Authority, joined the regulator’s board in November 2019.

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