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RNID announces new Chief Executive

RNID, the national charity supporting people who are deaf, have hearing loss or tinnitus, has today announced Harriet Oppenheimer as their newly appointed CEO. Harriet, who is currently RNID’s Deputy Chief Executive, will take over leadership of the charity in the new year.

RNID forges new partnership with Call Systems Technology 

We are thrilled to announce that RNID has been selected as Call Systems Technology's (CST) new charity partner.  Call Systems Technology (CST) provides advanced on-site communication and critical alert solutions for businesses to thrive, and to keep people safe. Some of their notable clients include Premier Inn and Amazon Warehouses.  CST provides ‘DeafCall’ products, which play a crucial role in ensuring the safety of people who are deaf or have hearing loss when on business premises. They do this by quickly alerting...

Our tribute to HM The Queen

RNID shares the nation’s profound sadness and sense of loss at the passing of Her Majesty the Queen. RNID Chief Executive, Mark Atkinson, said: “Her Majesty was a tireless champion of the charity sector over the 70 years of her reign; a true example of service and duty, and an inspiration to millions in our communities and wider.“Our thoughts are with the Royal family at this deeply personal time of grief and reflection.”  For so many of us, The Queen has been...

RNID welcomes Ewen Stevenson as new Chair

RNID is very pleased to announce that Ewen Stevenson, Group Chief Financial Officer at HSBC, has been appointed as our new Chair of the Board of Trustees. Find out more about him and how he’s joining at a very important time for our charity in the article and Q & A with Ewen below.
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