Sir Graham "was elected Chairman of the National Council for Voluntary Organisations (NCVO) in February 2004, and became one of our trustees at the same time.
"He retired from the Co-operative Group in September 2002 after six years as Chief Executive. He also initiated the Co-operative Commission, chaired by John Monks. Prior to his appointment as CEO, Sir Graham was the Co-operative Society’s Secretary, and served as a director of the Co-operative Bank and the CIS, amongst others. Before this, he worked for BOC, Fisons and Letraset.
"During his time in the sector, Graham has been a trustee of NACRO (National Association for the Care and Resettlement of Offenders) and the New Lanark Conservation Trust, and a Council Member of Public Concern at Work. Until his retirement he was also Chairman of Manchester Enterprises, the not-for-profit regeneration group, working in partnership with most of the ten Greater Manchester local authorities." 
- Former Trustee, Charities Aid Foundation
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- ↑ Graham Melmoth, Charities Aid Foundation, accessed January 9, 2010.