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Community Integrated Care appoints new Director

Community Integrated Care (CIC) is pleased to announce that it has appointed Catherine Murray-Howard as its Director of Business Development and Partnerships.

Catherine joins Community Integrated Care from mental health charity Making Space, where she held the position of Director of Development.

In her new role (commencing February 6th), Catherine will take lead responsibility for Community Integrated Care’s overall business development strategy, overseeing the charity’s Business Development and Communications and Marketing teams. She will also play a key role in helping the organisation develop its partnerships with other academic, campaigning and advisory bodies within the social care sector.

Catherine has extensive experience in both the third and commercial sectors. At Making Space, Catherine led the charity’s business development and corporate marketing strategies, achieving significant growth for the organisation. She was also Director of Marketing for NVQ Training and Consultancy, one of the UK’s largest health and social care training providers. In her formative career Catherine worked in commercial radio at EMAP and The Wireless Group, where she held a number of senior positions including Managing Director and Director of Marketing

Neil Matthewman, CIC’s Chief Executive says, “We are delighted to have appointed someone of Catherine’s experience for what will be a key role within our charity. We were incredibly impressed by the skills, passion and vision that she demonstrated at interview and believe that she will make an invaluable addition to CIC’s Executive Team.”

Neil adds, “Community Integrated Care has a long-established reputation as being a provider of innovative, high quality care services. We look forward to furthering this reputation with Catherine’s contribution into our business and partnership strategies.”

Catherine, Murray-Howard, says, “Having always admired Community Integrated Care I was delighted and proud to have been chosen to lead on such a key area for the charity and I am looking forward to the exciting challenges ahead.

I am passionate about the third sector and I believe that our caring ethos combined with an innovative approach to delivering high quality services means we are well placed to meet the needs of commissioners and service users in these changing times”

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