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  • Caroline Jones

    Caroline Jones

    Senior Communications Manager

    Caroline focuses on the philanthropy and international areas for Charities Aid Foundation. Caroline joined CAF in October 2021 after nearly 10 years working in media relations and PR for financial services organisations including Compare the Market, the ABI and the Financial Conduct Authority. Caroline also volunteers with several charities and is currently studying for her second Masters in War and Humanitarianism.

    T: 07917 128772


  • Dan Slipper

    Dan Slipper

    Communications Manager

    Dan has worked at BBC News, BBC Radio 1, BBC Three, Capital FM and The Daily Telegraph. He has also worked on a disability podcast and produced shows about music. In his spare time he enjoys training for and running marathons.


  • Rosalind Moran

    Rosalind Moran

    Communications Officer

    Rosalind focuses on generating and pursuing media opportunities for the Charities Aid Foundation. She worked for several years in an Australian Government media office, writing speeches primarily for Australia’s Deputy Prime Minister. She holds a master’s degree in languages and cross-cultural communications from the University of Cambridge. Rosalind also volunteers as an organiser for an arts non-profit and previously volunteered in social support roles with a disability charity and the Australian Red Cross.


  • Saoirse Clohessy

    Saoirse Clohessy

    Social Media Officer

    Saoirse uses her expertise in building online communities to oversee the daily happenings of CAF’s social media presence, and her creative flair to create engaging and informative content for CAF audiences. Alongside working in marketing for international companies, Saoirse has volunteered with charities and NGOs across the globe, including as Expedition Photographer with Raleigh International in Nepal and Borneo. In her spare time she volunteers as a Community Organiser with a national charity, and often uses her creative skillset to help promote local initiatives.