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A Fond Farewell

After six successful years at Voices Foundation, Rebecca Le Brocq has decided to step down as CEO. Becky has recently moved to Herefordshire to be nearer her family and has decided to engage with music and education organisations in that region so she can spend more time with her two young children.

 

The Board of Trustees is very grateful for the impact Becky has achieved during her tenure. Voices Foundation has grown significantly in scale and reach under her leadership, enabling us to help more children and effect greater change. As a result, she leaves strong foundations for the team to build on.

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Christopher Hopton, Voices Foundation Chair, said, “As CEO, Becky has led Voices Foundation through some of its most exciting and innovative developments. From launching the choral strand of our work to securing participation in Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s Teacher Development Fund, her commitment to pushing the organisation to increase impact for the children who need us most has been an inspiration. We will continue to build on that legacy in the years to come and wish Becky all the very best with her future endeavours.”

 

Becky said, “It is with sadness that I have decided to move on from my role as CEO of the Voices Foundation after six wonderful years. It has been a huge pleasure and privilege to work alongside so many talented colleagues, board members and practitioners. Together we have achieved significant successes and seen exceptional growth in the charity’s funding and outcomes. It has been an honour to be part of something pioneering and transformational which helps children, teachers and whole schools to find their voice. I am very grateful to everyone at Voices Foundation and remain committed to the charity’s cause. I will follow the organisation’s future with great interest.”

 

Voices Foundation will be recruiting for a new, permanent CEO in the weeks ahead.