CambridgePPF announces departure of Chief Executive

30th Jul 2015

The Trustees of CambridgePPF are sorry to announce that Carolin Göhler who has been Chief Executive for more than 10 years will be leaving the charity this autumn. Carolin joined the charity initially to lead the development of the Coton Countryside Reserve. She has also overseen various additional property improvements, supported the Cambridgeshire Green Infrastructure Strategy and been a member of the Cambridge City Council’s Design & Conservation Panel.
Carolin has campaigned to save local pubs in Cambridge and most recently has supported the restoration of the Tithe Barn in Waterbeach. She initiated the name change of the charity, leading strategic planning to clarify the charity’s aims and objectives and during recent years has been instrumental in the successful restructuring of the charity’s staffing to make CambridgePPF fit for the future. The charity now has a strong professional team in place covering all operations and is well placed for the future.
Chairman Robin Pellew said “The charity owes Carolin a great debt for her commitment and enthusiasm which helped ensure the changes that have been so necessary and that have contributed to our increased profile. On behalf of the Trustees, members, supporters and volunteers I would like to express our sincere thanks for everything that Carolin has done for CambridgePPF over the last decade and more. Her knowledge and experience in planning, countryside and wildlife management and her professional expertise as a Chartered Landscape Architect has been of great benefit to the work of the charity and CambridgePPF wishes her all the very best for the future.”
Carolin wishes to thank the staff and volunteers over the many years for supporting her and the various teams and projects as well the day to day running of the charity’s affairs and helping to progress its work.

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