Young Manchester appoints new Head of Partnerships

Young Manchester is delighted to announce the appointment of Imogen Gregg-Auriac as the charity’s new Head of Partnerships.

Imogen has a strong history of developing and delivering transformative work in the UK, China and Australia, most recently at British Red Cross, and is passionate about the role of community development and education in supporting children and young people to thrive.

She will join Young Manchester, based in Centurion House on Deansgate, on 15th October 2018 and lead Young Manchester’s ongoing and emerging partnership work across the city, as well as support the design and implementation of our new strategy.

Justin Watson, Director of Young Manchester, said:

“We are really pleased to have been able to appoint such a talented, driven and experienced lead to our partnership work at Young Manchester, who will help us support the continued delivery of our work in Manchester and build strong new partnership projects impacting directly on children and young people in the city.  I’m looking forward to her joining the team in a few weeks.”

Imogen commented:

“I am thrilled to be joining Young Manchester at this exciting time in the organisation’s life.  It’s clear to me that in its first year Young Manchester has developed and delivered some important work for children and young people – and so I can’t wait to build on those foundations. 
I am looking forward to connecting with our partners and the widest possible network to make sure that we do the best job we can for the children and young people of this wonderful city.”
Imogen - new Head of Partnerships