He said: “There’s obviously a touch of sadness for me in leaving the company I built up over the last 13 years, and at which I had so much fun with so many lovely people. I can’t tell you how proud I am at what we achieved together and what Whitewater continues to achieve. But the time felt right for me to move on – for Whitewater’s sake and mine.
“What next for me? I’m talking to various fabulously talented people about some exciting ideas although there’s nothing concrete yet. But I still feel I have a lot to offer the UK charity sector.”
Whitewater is currently headed up by managing director Mark Roper.
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