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Martin Green is the Chief Executive of the English Community Care Association.

He is the Chief Executive of five British charities, Co-ordinator of the Coalition for Quality in Care, a Trustee for Age Concern England and Policy Advisor to the Nuffield Phoenix Fund. In 2005, Martin was awarded a Fellowship of the Institute of Public Sector Managers and in 2006 a Fellowship of the Institute of Association Management.

Martin writes regularly for Caring Business, Caring Times and is on the Editorial Board of Community Care Market News.

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