Martin Green is new ECCA chief

Posted on June 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

The English Community Care Association (ECCA) has appointed Martin Green as its new full time chief executive. Mr Green was formerly chief executive of Counsel and Care, a charity which works to research, develop and improve services for older people. He has a BSc (Hons) in sociology and has extensive experience at a senior level with various high profile charity organisations. He has also been co-ordinator of The Coalition for Quality in Care, a multi-sector care alliance and is also a Trustee of Age Concern England. Martin Green takes over from Joe Campbell who was instrumental in the merging of other associations to form ECCA, which now claims to be the most powerful representative voice of care providers for older people. ECCA chairman Hamilton Anstead said Mr Green1s appointment was excellent for ECCA. “Martin has a first rate understanding of all the pertinent issues and I am sure he will bring his skills very successfully to bear on ECCA for the benefit of our members,” Mr Anstead said. “ECCA has much

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