Jobs in Mind welcomes new director!

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Charmian Boyd has been appointed as our new director.  Charmian has worked in a variety of service industries, most recently managing a downsizing service for vulnerable older adults.  She looks forward to growing Jobs in Mind and supporting the fantastic teams and members.

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