HRMI 2021: Jo Mosley, HR Director, Salvation Army

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HR director for the Salvation Army for the past four years, Mosley has worked in the third sector for over 20 years.

Mosley's previous roles include head of people for Guide Dogs for the Blind, where she worked for eight years overseeing the HR busines spartners, HR consultants, payroll, reward and benefits. Before then, Mosely worked at Mencap for 13 years, and was involved in creating mainstream volunteering opportunities for people with a learning disability across the sector.

Mosley was a member of the initial Leadership 20:20 group and commissioner for the future leadership of Civil Society. She was a panel member for the implementation of the recommendations of the commission under the chair of Baroness Tanni Grey Thompson. She has sat on a host of panels and groups including being Deputy Chair of the Challenge Panel for the College of Policing, England Volunteer Development and the National Network of Volunteer Involving Agencies. She chaired the Inclusion Action Group to ensure that the recommendations of the Commission on the Future of Volunteering were taken forward in an inclusive way. Mosley has delivered at conferences across the UK and Europe on People Strategy, HR, diversity, leadership and inclusive volunteering.

 

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