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As from the 4th June, when Noreen Siba retires, David Sinclair will lead the ILC-UK and take it to its next chapter.

David has been with ILC- UK for over five years and has shown great initiative, expertise and energy in his work with the organisation at all levels.

He is ideally suited to develop the ILC-UK and direct its work as we take on new challenges whilst retaining our key mission.

I will remain as Chief Executive, Sally-Marie Bamford is being promoted to Research and Strategy Director and Rhiannon Lavin is being promoted to Operations Director.

At this important stage we will appreciate all ongoing and new supporters in actively helping the ILC-UK maximise all the great opportunities ahead as it strives to become even more successful in solving the crucial challenges and demands of longevity and societal ageing.

Do contact David Sinclair in his new role - davidsinclair@ilcuk.org.uk

Baroness Sally Greengross

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