A new Chief Executive Officer will soon be leading the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance Charitable Trust.
Karen Jobling will take over the helm of the charity, which this year celebrated its 21st anniversary.
The charity’s long-serving CEO, Peter Aldrick, who has overseen the successful expansion and development of the life-saving service during the past 16 years, will retire in January 2016.
Karen has 25 years’ experience at senior leadership and management level in the Charity and Fundraising sector, nationally and internationally.
She joins the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance Charitable Trust from World Cancer Research Fund International / UK, where she was Executive Director.
Brought up on the Isle of Wight, Karen, a commissioned officer graduate from RAF Cranwell, completed a six year commission as a fighter controller serving in the UK and abroad before moving into senior roles in the charity sector.