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Our governance

OUR EXECUTIVE

Our trustees delegate management responsibility to our Executive Committee, under the leadership of the Chief Executive.

Sir John Low CBE

Sir John Low CBE

Chief Executive of Charities Aid Foundation

Sir John Low CBE is Chief Executive of Charities Aid Foundation. Sir John is also a Non-Executive Director of CAF Bank, a Non-Executive Director of Charity Bank and an Independent Member of Council at City University of London.

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Alison Taylor

Alison Taylor

CEO CAF Bank
Alison joined CAF Bank in December 2019 from HSBC, where she undertook a mix of Corporate Banking leadership roles.
   

Alison is a Trustee of the GDST Academies Trust, a mentor with Aspire and the 30% Club and works closely with a number of personal charitable interests.

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Mike Dixon

Mike Dixon

Director of Finance and Operations
Mike joined CAF in 2008 bringing a wealth of financial and strategic experience. He is currently also a trustee at Age UK.

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Bridgit Richards

Bridgit Richards

Director of Philanthropy, Product and Marketing
An experienced financial services marketing and product leader, Bridgit leads on product and marketing, and business development for charities, and the work with individual, family and corporate donors to structure their charitable and philanthropic activities.

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Michael Mapstone

Michael Mapstone

Director of External Affairs and Global Engagement
Michael is responsible for the CAF Global Alliance, a leading international network of independent organisations working to grow giving and strengthen civil society.  He has spent the last 15 years working in civil society organisations and has significant experience of grant making, policy and organisational development, strengthening membership organisations, direct service provision and infrastructure support.

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Corinne Wells

Corinne Wells

Director of Human Resources
Corinne previously held a number of key positions within local government including as Head of Personnel for a borough council.

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