The Blurred Line Group strengthens board with three new NED appointments
Written by Austyn Close
A new decade, a renewed sense of purpose. The Blurred Line Group enters the new year stronger than how it left 2019. Our organisation has recruited valuable skills from a cross-section of different sectors in order to bolster its strategic offering. Most notably, the board announces and welcomes the appointments of Joseph Walton, Deputy Chief Information Officer for Oxfam; Hannah Beko, Property Partner for gunnercooke llp and finally Louise Young, Marketing Director for Kinteract. Bringing a wealth of extensive experience from across the private and voluntary sectors, all three will serve as Non-Executive Directors (NED) as it moves into a new chapter of the organisation’s development.
and has helped them to realise what really matters the most in life.
The Blurred Line Group, led by CEO and Founder Lewis Alexander Baxter, is equipping itself with new talent in order to execute its ambitious goals for 2020. As well as the three new NED appointments, The Blurred Line Group is looking to appoint a NED for Finance in order to monitor and safeguard the organisation’s cash flow and financial stability.
Deji Bakare, Head of Funds and Philanthropy, and Jasmine Roebuck, Head of Social Media are two further additions to the team here at The Blurred Line Group. They will implement new strategies and campaigns throughout the year in order to build on the success of the organisation.
The Blurred Line Group enters the new decade with a stronger set of skills and expertise than ever before.