Charity Times announces sector’s 'pandemic pioneers'

The charity sector’s 'pandemic pioneers' have been announced in the latest issue of the Charity Times magazine.

The events of the pandemic have meant a lot of changes for charities over the last 18 months, including a move to digital, new ways of fundraising and a complete overhaul of the working environment.

As a way of acknowledging some of the changes, we asked you to nominate the people you thought had some of the biggest influence, and you did so in your droves.

Below are just a small selection of the people nominated highlighting some of the great work undertaken during the pandemic.

To read about their work in more detail, take a look at the latest issue of the Charity Times Magazine.

The full list:

- James Banks, CEO, London Funders
- Yvonne Field, Founder and CEO Ubele Initiative
- Catherine Johnstone, Chief executive, Royal Voluntary Service
- Adeela Warley, CEO, CharityComms
- Debra Allcock-Tyler, Chief executive, Directory of Social Change
- Simone Spray, CEO, 42nd Street
- Esther Foreman, Founder & CEO, The Social Change Agency
- Saba Shafi, Founding organiser #CharitySoWhite & Founder, Bossing it
- Leigh Middleton, CEO, National Youth Agency
- Javed Kahn, Former CEO, Barnardo’s
- Zoe Amar, Chair, Digital Code of Practice
- Polly Neate, Chief executive, Shelter
- Ellie Orton, CEO, NHS Charities Together
- Daniel King, Professor, Nottingham Trent University
- Clare Warner, Curator, Charity Wellbeing Summit
- Ross McCulloch, Founder, Third Sector Lab
- Ian McLintock, Founder, Charity Excellence Framework
- Becky Hewitt, Chair Flexible Working Group
- Martha Awojobi, Director JMB Consulting, Organiser #CharitySoWhite
- Kim Shutler, CEO, The Cellar Trust, Chair, Bradford Voluntary and Community Sector Assembly

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