John Gladwin

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"John Gladwin retired as Bishop of Chelmsford after a long career in the Church of England... He has significant governance and voluntary sector experience from working at the grass roots with homeless people in Sheffield to chairing a major international development charity. In 2008 he stood down after eleven years as Chair of Christian Aid, which he led through a period of great change. He was the founding Chair of Traidcraft, which is now the largest fair trade social enterprise in the UK." [1]


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  1. Citizens Advice Trustees, organizational web page, accessed June 28, 2012.