Conversation piece Ethnicity of charity chief executives

Ricketts, Andy
January 2012
Third Sector;1/10/2012, Issue 689, p21
Trade Publication
The article presents the results of "The Acevo Pay Survey 2011/2012," which showed that majority of charity chief executive officers in Great Britain are white persons.


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