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  • by Trevor Loveday

Water Aid takes on four new trustees

WaterAid has appointed four new trustees to its board of trustees.

The new appointees are: legal adviser, Alyson Clark; human rights worker, Harpinder Collacott; UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network director, Guido Schmidt Traub; and accountant, Hilary Wild.

Clark is a legal advisor at GE, where she has been since 1996. Collacott leads poverty eradication organisation, Development Initiatives. Schmidt-Traub is executive director of the UN Sustainable Development Solutions Network and chartered accountant Wild has a portfolio of independent roles with international organisations.

Current Mines Advisory Group interim development director , Anna Segall and energy porttfoio non-executive director Peter Newman have recently retired both after just over six Water Aid trustees.

Trustees are elected for four-years. Their term may be renewed for another four years or further to make sure specific skills are represented on the board.

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