Lyndall Stein

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"Lyndall Stein is a leading authority in campaigning, income generation and communications. She has been working for a variety of organisations including CARE International UK, VSO and the New Economics Foundation, and was interim CEO at the Resource Alliance. She was Executive Director of Concern UK from 2004-2008. She was responsible for launching the new UK charity, and developing the founding Board of Trustees. Prior to that she was recruited to ActionAid as International Marketing Director to lead a major change process to raise profile, develop campaigning and create new income. She was Director of Marketing at the Terrence Higgins Trust 1997-1999 and Head of Fundraising from 1992-1995. She was the first Fundraising Director for the Big Issue Foundation from 1995-1997. Lyndall developed the first individual fundraising program for the African National Congress in the 1980's and chaired Votes for Freedom, the initiative that raised several million for South Africa's first democratic election. She is founder editor of Positive Lives, a photographic project showing the global human response to HIV/AIDS, an exhibition seen by over two million people worldwide, and is Chair of the Board of Trustees of the Sheila Mckechnie Foundation which supports and trains campaigners." [1]

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  1. Reprieve Lyndall Stein, organizational web page, accessed October 10, 2013.