The Fundraising Regulator has appointed three new members to its board; Guy Parker, Martin Price, and Reshard Auladin for initial three-year terms, all of whom bring extensive knowledge and experience in charity, fundraising and regulation.
As an external member of our Standards Committee and the current Chief Executive of the Advertising Standards Authority, Guy Parker has a strong regulatory background. He also served as a Commissioner on Lord Low’s Commission on Charity Regulation in 2014.
Martin Price joins as a board member for Wales, having worked as a third sector consultant in the country for many years. Martin is a past Chair of the Institute of Fundraising Cymru and held a senior fundraising position at Mencap in Wales, as well as sitting on several public boards and grant-making bodies.
Reshard Auladin brings significant experience as trustee of The Bell Foundation and The Early Intervention Foundation, and as a non-executive director of the National Crime Agency. In his career, Reshard has also chaired the Muslim Community and Education Centre, supporting its fundraising activity to build a community centre.
Additionally, Margaret Moore, Vice Chair of our Board and member of the Finance, Audit and Risk Committee, and Suzanne McCarthy, Chair of the Standards Committee, have been reappointed to the board for additional three-year terms.
Lord Toby Harris, Chair of the Fundraising Regulator, said:
“We’re extremely excited to welcome Guy Parker, Martin Price and Reshard Auladin to the Fundraising Regulator’s board. Each individual has impressive expertise in charity management, fundraising campaigns and regulation that will add valuable depth to our board and support our continued commitment to maintaining high standards of fundraising practice.
“I’m also delighted that Margaret Moore and Suzanne McCarthy will remain on the board for additional three-year terms. Their service to date has been exemplary and I look forward to continuing to work with them.”
For further information, please contact the Fundraising Regulator press team on 020 3327 4050 or FR@pagefield.co.uk.