Chris Mould

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Chris Mould

Profiled by Guardian Newspapers as one of the UK’s top social entrepreneurs, Chris Mould is an innovative leader, widely experienced in both the public and the voluntary sector.
 
Chris has founded more than 20 organisations in the public and private sectors. He is the founder and CEO of the Foundation for Social Change and Inclusion, a Bulgarian organisation working to break the cycle of poverty in the Balkans and Eastern Europe. Between 2007 and 2017 Chris led the Trussell Trust through its transition from a small Christian Charity developing community based projects tackling poverty and exclusion to a multi award winning national organisation that has launched over 450 foodbanks, providing three days’ emergency food to over 1 million people each year and engaging over 4 million citizens as supporters.
 
With particular expertise translating public policy into practice, Chris has worked with the highest levels of government both in the UK and in the European Union.
 
Before focussing on the voluntary and social sectors, Chris spent over twenty years in senior public sector management where he held both Chief Executive and Chairman roles at local and national level. He was Chief Executive of Salisbury Healthcare NHS Trust for ten years and the founding Chairman of Healthwork UK (now Skills for Health). He then became Chief Executive of a new non-departmental public body responsible for police training across England and Wales. 
 
Chris read Modern History at Magdalen College, Oxford, and has an MSc in Social Policy from the London School of Economics