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New trustees for CSE

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4 March 2024

Charity welcomes new faces to board of trustees.

Four new trustees have been appointed to the CSE board of trustees. Selected following an extensive and open recruitment process, they bring a mix of expertise, perspective and experience which complement the skills of existing board members.

Rachel Brisley is a dynamic and strategic leader with over 30 years’ professional experience in the public, private and not-for-profit sectors. She is currently Head of Energy and Environment, and wider environmental spokesperson for Ipsos UK.

Claire Miller is an Architect & Associate at Askew Cavanna Architects, where she leads on the practice’s public consultation and engagement processes. She is an active advocate for gender and racial equality, youth empowerment and social mobility in the built environment

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R to L: CSE’s new trustees, Rachel Brisley, Claire Miller, Elizabeth Disdel and Jane Wildblood

Elizabeth Disdel has been part of CSE’s Bright Green Future programme for over seven years, as a participant, mentor and Youth Advisory Board member. She is currently Education and Community Officer at Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust.

Jane Wildblood is a climate, energy and environmental sustainability strategic leader whose career spans senior leadership roles in local government and international environmental campaigning.

We look forward to working with all our new trustees over the years ahead. You can read longer biographies of these and all our trustees here.

We’d like to thank former trustees Peter Ellis, Felicity Jones and Dr Chris Vernon, who have all stepped down in the past 18 months, for their contribution to CSE.

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