Campbell Tickell announces five new hires


September is starting with a bang for Campbell Tickell! We are please to announce five new hires who have joined CT to strengthen our team in a number of business streams.



1. Catherine Little

Director Catherine Little is arriving from Broadland Housing Group in Norfolk, where she has been Executive Director of Housing. Catherine, who is well known in the housing sector, including for her work with the ‘See The Person’ campaign tackling social housing stigma, will be working across a range of service areas, including regulation and risk.

2. Glenn Allum

Glenn Allum, formerly Head of New Initiatives at Clarion Housing, has been working with CT as an associate consultant for several years. Joining as a Senior Consultant, Glenn will be focusing on support for mergers and for housing stock acquisitions.

3. Doug Wynne

Doug Wynne, a well-known former housing regulator, who has also been working as a CT associate consultant, joins as a Senior Consultant. He will be working as a key member of CT’s well-established governance team.

4. Christen Joda

Christen Joda has been working in finance and administrative roles in the charity sector. She now joins CT as Finance Officer.

5. Melissa Coope

Melissa Coope has extensive talent acquisition experience in the UK and New Zealand. She becomes a Consultant in CT’s HR and recruitment team, focusing on permanent recruitment of executive and non-executive roles.

Greg Campbell, Partner, said:

“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.”

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Campbell Tickell is an established multi-disciplinary management and recruitment consultancy, operating across the UK and Ireland, focusing on the housing, social care, local government, sport, leisure, charity and voluntary sectors. We are a values-based business and firmly place the positioning of our support and challenge on helping organisations to attain change that is well thought through, planned and sustainable. At CT, we want to help organisations create the landscape within which we ourselves would like to exist: fair, inclusive, diverse, engaged and transparent. We build from our values in how we approach all our work as a practice.

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