Young Women’s Trust is welcoming new CEO Claire Reindorp on 24 January 2022. Claire joins the charity following more than 25 years working for organisations tackling inequality, including senior roles at the Peabody Community Foundation, Refugee Council and Crime Concern.
Claire will be working with Young Women’s Trust’s team, partners, and young women themselves to grow our impact through the charity’s free coaching service, campaigns and Research Centre for Young Women’s Economic Justice. Claire joins at a pivotal moment for young women, with soaring living costs and continuing uncertainty in the wake of the pandemic.
Claire Reindorp said:
“Young Women’s Trust is a fantastic organisation that combines high quality support for young women in low or no pay, research that shines a spotlight on the realities of their lives, and campaigns for equality. I look forward to working with Young Women’s Trust talented team, our partners, and young women themselves to grow our impact.”
Jo-ann Robertson, Chair of Young Women’s Trust, said:
“We are delighted that Claire will be leading Young Women’s Trust at such an important time for the organisation. Claire brings a wealth of knowledge on the intersectional issues facing young women, combined with a personal passion to address inequalities and to bring about real social change.”
Note to editors
Young Women’s Trust is the leading organisation championing young women aged 18 to 30 on low or no pay. We provide young women with practical support and undertake research to spotlight the realities of lives and inform campaigns for greater economic justice.