Nominet Trust, the UK’s leading tech for good funder, has increased the number of Trustees on its Board with the appointment of Hannah Keartland as Honorary Treasurer.
31 July 2017
Nominet Trust, the UK’s leading tech for good funder, has increased the number of Trustees on its Board with the appointment of Hannah Keartland as Honorary Treasurer. Hannah is Head of Innovation at Cancer Research UK and previously led their award-winning Citizen Science Programme. Hannah brings with her a wealth of knowledge from her eight years’ in leadership roles in the charity sector, as well as significant capability in financial management as a qualified Chartered Accountant (AQA).
Reflecting on her appointment, Keartland said: “Nominet Trust’s work is all about creating social impact using innovative approaches – for example the recently launched Digital Reach programme, which has the potential to significantly reduce inequalities in our increasingly digital-first society. As such, it is an amazing opportunity to be joining Nominet Trust at this time and I can’t wait to lend my support in building on the Trust’s fantastic work fostering positive social change through the use of digital technology.”Read More
“We’re thrilled to welcome Hannah to the Trust during this exciting new phase of strategic development” commented Natalie Campbell, Chair of Nominet Trust. “With her direct experience of implementing and harnessing technology for social change in the health sector, Hannah will add immense value to the work of the Trust. We are confident that Hannah’s experience will help her to excel in her new role,”
During 2016, Nominet Trust extended its board significantly, including appointing new Chair, Natalie Campbell, along with Beth Murray and Jemima Rellie as trustees. The established team of trustees has great strength in its diversity, including strong representation from women.
Nominet Trust is the charitable foundation of Nominet, a public benefit company with 20 years’ experience in running the .uk internet infrastructure.Read Less