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New trustees for stem4

2018-08-01T14:36:06+00:00 June 5th, 2018|news|Comments Off on New trustees for stem4

Following on from the successful launch of stem4 in 2011 and the tremendous growth since the charity was established, stem4 is pleased to announce the appointment of four new Trustees:

Debbie Ward, a qualified accountant and member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants. Her specialism is anti-financial crime and she is a member of the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners. Debbie works in the banking and markets sector and brings strong regulatory and digital experience to stem4.

Angela McKenzie, is a proven leader in asset management. She currently sits between client/relationships managers and the operational team in banking. Angela brings strong management, mentoring, problem-solving, and strategic thinking skills to stem4 and will be mentoring on fund-raising.

Sthen Wiseman, is a secondary school teacher with responsibility for PHSE in a large boy’s school. She has many years of experience and a keen interest in the importance of education as a means to help young people navigate mental health through their formative years and will be an important contributor to the charity’s education strategy.

Katie Meech, is a communications and sustainability professional with over 20 years’ experience. Working in-house and freelance, Katie has worked for multinational companies and covered diverse markets across Asia-Pacific, Europe and North America. Her PR, communications and marketing experience will be an asset to stem4.

Three out of the four trustees are based in Merton and are proud to support the charity’s local community.

Dr Nihara Krause, Founder and CEO of stem4 said “it is essential that we have people aboard that will help stem4 move forward and to develop in various different ways. We are a small charity with significant reach, both through our education in schools programmes, which has reached over 10,000 young people and also through Calm Harm, which currently has over 700k downloads around the world. We have enormous potential for growth and will benefit from the expansion of our board. Our new Trustees will bring great strength and expertise to the team”.