Elaine McCorriston is to Leave SEEE

Posted on: May 23, 2020

Elaine McCorriston has sent an email explaining that she will be leaving Social Enterprise East of England (SEEE) at the end of May 2020:

After 8 years at SEEE I am moving on at the end of this month.  I have enjoyed seeing the social enteprise sector grow, flourish and diversify during this time.  SEEE has really demonstrated it staying power and determination to maintain a focal point for the sector in the East.

I would like to say a huge thank you for your support during this time as well as a big thank you to SEEE’s board for their passion and ongoing encouragement and kindness.

Jane Thompson has been appointed to take SEEE forward with the support of SEEE’s board and she will be taking over the [email protected] mailbox.  Jane’s background is in marketing and this expertise will be a real asset as she produces SEEE Express, maintains the website and social media channels as well as organise and promote SEEE’s webinars.

Nicky Stevenson [email protected] will be leading on the consultancy service that SEEE offers and Andy Brady [email protected] will be leading on much of the strategic elements of SEEE as Chair.   SEEE’s newest board member Magda Partac [email protected] will be looking after SEEE’s finances.

It has been a pleasure and I wish you and your organisation every success for the future.

Best wishes.

 

Elaine McCorriston

Social Enterprise East of England

@SEeastofengland

Author: Steering Member
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