Media Bulletin

Senior appointments at The National Autistic Society

By Licia Houghton

10th November 2010

Category: PR

The National Autistic Society (NAS) has appointed Alastair Graham as the director of fundraising and marketing, and Emma Whitcombe as director of senior relationships.

Graham, who has over ten years of fundraising experience and a track record in driving income growth, has spent the past two years as director of fundraising at the equine charity, World Horse Welfare. Prior to that he spent seven years leading the Trust and Major Donor fundraising team at Breakthrough Breast Cancer, and began his career at Mencap.

Whitcombe has over ten years of major gift fundraising experience, gained at the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, Scope and most recently Save The Children. She originally trained as a developmental psychologist with a particular interest in autism.

Founded in 1962, The National Autistic Society is a UK charity for people with autism and their families, providing services to help people with autism and Asperger syndrome live their lives with as much independence as possible.
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[img|jpg|Alastair Graham; Emma Whitcombe]

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