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The Centre for Youth Impact appoints three new trustees


The Centre is delighted to announce three new appointments to the Board of trustees.

Devina Paul, Chief Financial Officer at Zumo, will join the Centre as a trustee, Yetunde Ogundele, Head of Finance at Nightingale Hammerson, will be taking over as Treasurer from previous holder Emma Revie and Sagar Sharma leads as the Centre’s new strategic communications trustee.

From left to right, Sagar Sharma, Devina Paul and Yetunde Ogundele
From l-r, Sagar Sharma, Devina Paul and Yetunde Ogundele


A finance professional with over 10 years experience in the charitable, non-profit sector, Yetunde Ogundele is well versed in leading and developing teams and new finance operations and holds great understanding of managing finances in turbulent times.


Yetunde says:

“I am really excited to be stepping into this role as treasurer at the Centre for Youth Impact. I feel grateful that I will be able to have an effect on the youth of today, which will make a difference to their future.”


Director of Policy and Communications at Barnado's, Sagar Sharma brings over two decades of experience of advising private sector leaders, CEOs, ministers and heads of state and was recently named top ten charity communications professional in PR Week Power Book 2021.


Sagar says:

“Very much looking forward to working with the stellar team at the Centre for Youth Impact at a critical time for the sector. Demonstrating collective impact in creating better outcomes for young people has never been more essential than now, and I’m excited to play my role in the sector’s efforts to drive up standards.”


CFO of Zumo and founding partner of Galvanise Capital, Devina Paul joins the Centre with a wealth of experience across industries and leadership roles.


Devina says:

“It is a real honour to be joining the Centre for Youth Impact as a trustee. What they provide is so important to organisations working with our young people, even more so now. I look forward to supporting the team and trustees to continue the high quality and value of the much needed services they deliver.”