Good luck, Lindsay! NewLink Wales CEO steps down after six years We’ve got some big news. After six years in the job, NewLink Wales CEO Lindsay Cordery-Bruce is heading to pastures new. Stepping up to lead the organisation is our new Interim CEO, Daljit Kaur Morris, who’s already well-known to our service users, volunteers and partner agencies as our long-serving Head of Operations. We couldn’t imagine a more experienced or capable hand at the wheel during this changeover period. ‘Daljit knows exactly what to do, and understands this charity inside-out’, says Lindsay. ‘Leaving a position like this is always difficult – it’s been six years of my life, and I’ve seen some big changes and incredible growth in my time here. But handing over to Daljit, I’ve no worries for the future of NewLink Wales.’ ‘I’d like to thank the team I’ve had the luck to work with here, from the staff to trustees and volunteers.’ Lindsay has been an outspoken advocate of the causes we champion, a skilled and reliable leader, and an exciting innovator in helping people re-build their futures. All the team at NewLink Wales would like to wish her all the very best in her future endeavours. What will change? ‘We’ll keep going as we always have, working, growing, and finding new ways to help put people back in control of their lives,’ says Daljit. ‘It’s very much business as usual at NewLink Wales, so if you access our services, volunteer with us, or work with us, you’ll continue to do so exactly as you do now.’ ‘We’re in one of the most exciting periods of time we’ve ever had. I’d like to thank Lindsay for the huge amount of work she’s put in to getting us here, and I’m excited to have the opportunity to continue on that momentum.’ NewLink Wales plans to announce a permanent CEO in 2018.