Anglian chief and Arup finance director appointed Water Aid trustees
WaterAid has appointed Anglian chief, Peter Simpson and Arup finance director Matthew Tweedie as trustees.
Simpson and Tweedie were appointed on 12 October along with BT’s chief brand and marketing officer Zaid Al-Qassab. They succeed brand, marketing and business planning consultant, Rosemary Carr, Pennon chief, Christopher Loughlin and acting chief executive of Guide Dogs, Steve Vaid, who have stepped down. Chief Executive of WaterAid, Tim Wainwright, welcomed the new appointees saying: “We are grateful for their commitment and look forward to working with them toward our vision of reaching everyone, everywhere with clean water, hygiene and decent toilets by 2030.” Chair of the board of trustees for WaterAid, Tim Clark, thanked the outgoing trio for their “enormous support and contribution which they have made over the past few years.”