Sally Cairns, Trustee

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Sally has 20 years’ experience supporting leading listed companies and private equity with the development of corporate, operating and HR strategies at Board and CEO level. She specialises in delivering transformational change and merger integration. Sally joined Global in 2019 where she is Chief People Officer and a Trustee of Make Some Noise, Global’s national charity that funds projects helping disadvantaged children, young people and their families across the UK. She started her career as a commercial lawyer and has considerable international experience having worked and lived in Hong Kong, Australia and London. She holds an MBA from Melbourne University and a Masters in Sustainability Leadership at Cambridge University.

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