New chief executive officer takes over MS-UK charity

Essex County Standard: Amy Woolf, the new chief executive of MS-UK Amy Woolf, the new chief executive of MS-UK

A NEW chief executive has been appointed to lead the Colchester-based national charity MS-UK.

And Amy Woolf did not have far to go - as she is Colchester through and through.

The charity, which offers advice, information and therapy to people with Multiple Sclerosis, is based at the Hythe - just a couple of miles from where Amy grew up.

Amy, who is 32, was born in the maternity hospital when it was in Lexden Road, Colchester, and grew up in Wivenhoe.

She hopes to increase the charity on a national level - while serving the people on its doorstep.

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10:55am Wed 19 Feb 14

cynicalsubber says...

Congratulations to the adult woman who is taking on this important new role.
Congratulations to the adult woman who is taking on this important new role. cynicalsubber
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11:06am Thu 20 Feb 14

PaulWagland says...

Are staff at the Gazette so out of touch with the modern world that they think it's okay to refer to a successful woman of 32 as a 'girl'? Or are they actually sexist idiots?
Are staff at the Gazette so out of touch with the modern world that they think it's okay to refer to a successful woman of 32 as a 'girl'? Or are they actually sexist idiots? PaulWagland
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