Social work charity Frontline appoints new chief operating officer, Daniel Oppenheimer
This move comes after Daniel spent six years at the Royal British Legion in the position of chief operating officer. Prior to this, he held roles including director of finance and resources at homelessness charity Shelter and chief operating officer at innovation charity Nesta.
From his past roles, Daniel has a wide range of experience in policy, research and campaigning and so this move to Frontline felt like a natural next step.
“I am thrilled to be joining the team at Frontline in the role of chief operating officer. My personal commitment to social justice and the importance of Frontline’s work led to me to this role and I am really looking forward to working for a such an exciting organisation.” Daniel Oppenheimer, Frontline’s Chief Operating Officer
“I’m delighted to welcome Daniel as Frontline’s new chief operating officer. After a thorough recruitment process, we were beyond impressed by Daniel’s professional experience and his personal interest in social justice. It is a combination of these two things, along with his wealth of knowledge of finance, governance and people management, that meant he’d be a great fit at Frontline.” Mary Jackson, Frontline’s Chief Executive Officer
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