04 May Clare Daly and Alice Miller join Clean Air Fund in two pivotal roles
Daryl Upsall International is delighted to announce the appointment of Clare Daly as the new Head of Private Sector Engagement and Alice Miller as Head of Project Development for Clean Air Fund (CAF), a global philanthropic initiative that awards grants to reduce air pollution.
“I am so looking forward to starting my new role at the Clean Air Fund and am excited about taking on a brand-new position. I also really enjoyed working with Zoe Oldham at Daryl Upsall from the first initial chat right through to the final interview and offer”, said Clare, for whom this process has been “the best job application experience I’ve had.”
Based in London, the Head of Private Sector Engagement will lead global engagement with the private sector and civil society to achieve demonstrable reductions in air pollution by multinationals and large national corporations.
Alice Miller, in her new role, will lead the development of a large scale (£100m+) global project to reduce air pollution in major cities worldwide, a challenge that aligns Alice´s “values with professional ambition.” Alice was very happy with how her recruitment went and commented that, “Karem Armstrong kept me well informed throughout the process and provided an excellent point of contact from start to finish.”
This is the first time Daryl Upsall International and Clean Air Fund have worked together and the experience has been very positive according to Elizabeth Boonman-Salgado, Human Resources Director at CAF: “Daryl Upsall International took the time to understand our organisation and type of candidate we were looking for. Consultants were knowledgeable, professional and maintained good communication. We will work with them again.”
It was a pleasure for us too! Congratulations again to Clare and Alice!