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Home > News & events > News > JDRF UK appoints Terence Lovell as Fundraising and Engagement Director
We are delighted to welcome Terence Lovell as Director of Fundraising and Engagement. Terence has worked in the not-for-profit sector for over 20 years. He built his career at Barnardo’s, Save the Children where he was Deputy Director for Supporters and Communities, and Teach First where he was Director of Development.
Most recently, Terence was Chief Engagement and Marketing Officer at the blood cancer charity Anthony Nolan. He was responsible for increasing voluntary income, building awareness and growth in the stem cell donor register, along with driving digital transformation and organisational strategy development.
Terence has worked in the not-for-profit sector for over 20 years. He built his career at Barnardo’s, Save the Children where he was Deputy Director for Supporters and Communities, and Teach First where he was Director of Development.
He said, “I’m absolutely delighted to be joining JDRF UK as the new Director of Fundraising and Engagement.
“I’m passionate about playing my role in eradicating type 1 diabetes by funding the life-changing research breakthroughs here in the UK and internationally.
“It’s a golden age in type 1 diabetes research progress and I’m excited to be playing such a fundamental part in JDRF’s mission.”
JDRF UK CEO Karen Addington said, “Terence has significant breadth and depth of experience in income generation and supporter engagement.
“We are delighted to welcome him to JDRF UK at this tremendously exciting point in our development where we are so significantly growing in income and impact to prevent, treat and cure type 1 diabetes.”
We’re pleased to announce the appointment of two new Board Directors, Nadia Swann and Sarah Johnson.
A lot has happened over the last 12 months at JDRF, and in the world of type 1 diabetes as a whole. From research breakthroughs to herculean fundraising efforts, here’s a retrospective of everything we’ve been celebrating in 2022.
Daniel Doherty has received the UK Medical Research Council (MRC) Clinical Research Training Fellowship, which will be co-funded by JDRF for the first time.
The Type 1 Diabetes Grand Challenge – a partnership between the Steve Morgan Foundation, Diabetes UK and JDRF UK– has successfully appointed 17 leading international scientists.
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