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Matthew Project names new assistant director

GraemeStewart350Norwich-based Christian charity, the Matthew Project has appointed Graeme Stewart (right) as its new Assistant Director to develop its long term business plans and create new partnerships for future developments.
Graeme, has worked for The Matthew Project for over seven years in various managerial positions, including his current role as Under18 Service Manager.
 
The appointment was made following a rigorous interview process with candidates from across the country.

The new role will help The Matthew Project develop its long term business plans and create new partnerships for future developments, recognising the growth that has taken place in the project over the last few years and the current climate where knowledge of tendering for commissioned services will be vital.
 
Graeme said: “I am delighted to have been offered this role and view it as both a privilege and a challenge. I hope to build on the current strengths of the project and be part of the preparations that will enable The Matthew Project to continue making a difference to people affected by substances in the future.”
 
Project Director, Julian Bryant, said: “We are so pleased that Graeme is taking up this role. His combination of enthusiasm in wishing to see people’s lives improved, his faith and his excellent professional skills are exactly what we need.”
 

 


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