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Saturday, 13 July 2024

New CEO at Nottingham’s only youth loneliness and Mental Health Charity

THE Wolfpack Project, Nottingham’s only youth organisation dedicated to reducing loneliness and promoting positive mental health among people aged 16-35, has announced the appointment of Jennine Fox as its new Chief Executive Officer.

This announcement comes as part of the celebrations marking the organisation’s fifth anniversary. Jennine joins The Wolfpack Project with a wealth of experience in the charity sector and a deep passion for making support accessible to all. Her proven track record in leadership and her dedication to youth work and mental health align perfectly with the core values and charity’s mission.

Rachel Rothe, Support Manager said:

“We are thrilled to welcome Jennine to our team, Her vision and expertise will be invaluable as we continue to grow and expand our services, ensuring we can reach even more young people in need. Jennine’s commitment to creating supportive communities makes her the perfect fit for our organisation.”

Jennine Fox expressed her enthusiasm for her new role:

“I am honoured to be joining The Wolfpack Project as CEO. Mental health and loneliness are subjects that are close to my heart, and I’m an advocate for accessible support for all. Throughout my career, I have focused on accessible services, advocacy, and inclusivity, and I am eager to bring this experience to the charity. The Wolfpack Project has made a significant impact in tackling loneliness and promoting mental well-being and I look forward to working with the brilliant staff team and board to expand the reach of the incredible work across Nottingham.”

The Wolfpack Project started in 2019 as a way to provide younger people with the support and opportunities that he and many others would have benefitted from growing up. The charity steered through the pandemic, increasing impact in line with a rapidly increasing need for mental health support among young people. Today the charity is navigating a challenging fundraising climate in light of a brutal cost-of-living crisis, that will help safeguard the mental health well-being of the youth of Nottinghamshire.


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