Campbell Tickell announces five new hires

25 August 2022 2 min. read
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Campbell Tickell has added five new hires to strengthen its team on multiple fronts. Catherine Little, Glen Allum, Doug Wynne, Christen Joda and Melissa Poole will help the firm accommodate growing demand in the coming months.

September and October are the busiest months of the year for new placements. At a time when client budgets are approved, projects are kicking off, and resources are needed to be locked in before the holidays, consultants can expect to be tapped for some major implementations that are kicking off in early autumn. Campbell Tickell’s five new hires will position it well to cope with this spike in demand.

Catherine Little joins as a Director, having more recently worked as Executive Director of Housing with Broadland Housing Group in Norfolk. Little is well known in the housing sector, including for her work with the ‘See The Person’ campaign tackling social housing stigma. With Campbell Tickell she will be working across a range of service areas, including regulation and risk.

Campbell Tickell announces five new hires

Glenn Allum is another Norfolk-based housing specialist, who has joined Campbell Tickell. Formerly of Clarion Housing, where he was Head of New Initiatives, he has been a Housing Consultant with 565 Consulting for the past five years. Joining as a Senior Consultant, Allum will be focusing on support for mergers and for housing stock acquisitions.

Doug Wynne has also joined as a Senior Consultant, and is a well-known former housing regulator, who has previously been working with Campbell Tickell as part of its network of associates. He joins formally to work as a key member of the firm’s well-established governance team.

Christen Joda joins Campbell Tickell as Finance Officer. She brings a wealth of experience from previous finance and administrative roles in the charity sector.

Melissa Poole finally joins as a Consultant in Campbell Tickell’s human resources and recruitment team, focusing on permanent recruitment of executive and non-executive roles. She has extensive talent acquisition experience in the UK and New Zealand.

Partner Greg Campbell commented on the news, “We are delighted to welcome our new colleagues. They will enable us to close gaps in several key areas of our business, and help us deliver an ever more comprehensive range of services to our clients in housing, social care and health, local and central government, public bodies, and the charity, sports and leisure sectors.”

Campbell Tickell is a multi-disciplinary management consultancy focusing primarily on statutory and not-for-profit sectors. Its core team of 36 is supplemented by a network of more than 100 specialist associate consultants. Over its two decades in business, it has worked with more than 850 organisations throughout the UK, Ireland and beyond, with central and local government, housing associations, care providers, sports and leisure bodies, charities, and commercial organisations such as housebuilders and developers, contractors and legal firms.