Palace for Life Foundation announces four new trustees
With Chair of UK Athletics, Ed Warner joining as Chair of the Trustees in March, Palace for Life has continued to grow their portfolio of representatives with four new trustees.
All four are regulars at Selhurst Park and add a wealth of knowledge across Online, Accounting, Law and Fundraising. Neil McIntosh – Managing Editor of BBC Online, Paul Clark – Partner at Moore Stephens, Yama Otung – Sports Solicitor at Morgan Sports Law and Stephanie Fuller – Head of Fundraising at Afrikids have joined the board with immediate effect.
Each with vast experience in specialist areas, the new trustees will join the current board of Ed Warner, Kevin Day, Stephen Browett, Christine Double and Steve O’Connell as Palace for Life Foundation continues to grow and support vulnerable South Londoners.
Speaking about the appointment of the trustees, Ed Warner said:
“I am delighted to welcome our four new trustees to the board of the Palace for Life Foundation. Stephanie, Yama, Neil and Paul bring a diverse range of experience and perspectives, as well as huge enthusiasm for the Foundation’s work improving the lives of young people in south London. I look forward to their help in harnessing the power of Crystal Palace FC to grow Palace for Life in the years ahead.”
Read a short biography of all our trustees here.