England: National Housing Federation appoints new executive direct of public impact
Rhys Moore has been appointed as executive director of public impact at the National Housing Federation.
Mr Moore joined the trade body for housing associations in England in 2016 where he has worked as head of media, public affairs and campaigns and more recently as director of strategic communications and campaigns. Prior to this Rhys was director of the Living Wage Foundation.
He will take up his new post from Monday 2 December.
Kate Henderson, chief executive of the National Housing Federation, said: “We’re really excited to appoint Rhys to this vital leadership role at the National Housing Federation, following a competitive and rigorous external recruitment process. Rhys has a passion for housing associations and an impressive record of shaping policy and building trust.”
Rhys Moore added: “I’m delighted to take on the role of executive director of public impact at the Federation. It is a real privilege to represent our members at this critical time. I look forward to working with them to make the case for decent, secure social housing – to the next government and to the wider public.”