Nick Bell steps down from Shaw Trust
Nick Bell, Interim Chief Executive Officer of Shaw Trust will be leaving the group on 31 May. Nick, who has covered the CEO role since July last year, will complete a handover to incoming CEO Air Vice Marshall Chris Luck, before he leaves Shaw Trust.
Nick originally joined Prospects from Staffordshire County Council in October 2014. During his time with Prospects Nick has driven forward the growth of the organisation through winning new contracts like the National Careers Service, and leading on the acquisition of Homes2Inspire and Optimus Education, as well as the merger with Shaw Trust.
Sir Kenneth Olisa, Chair of Trustees said “I would like to thank Nick for everything he has done, first at Prospects and then, following the merger, for the wider Shaw Trust group. Shaw Trust is now well positioned to lead a step change in the provision of welfare services as we pursue our vision of helping to transform a million lives each year.”
Nick Bell, Interim CEO said “I am immensely proud to have led the growth and diversification of Prospects, and for the last year, the wider Shaw Trust group. I have worked with some dedicated and inspirational colleagues, and I wish the charity every success in achieving its purpose – to help to transform the lives of the people it works with.”
Chris Luck, the new CEO of Shaw Trust will join the charity on 20 May.