AMEC has announced new leadership for its growing Non-Profit Group.
The Group is comprised of Non-Profit members of AMEC and will spearhead the AMEC’s efforts to champion the importance of communications in Non-Profit organisations and encourage higher standards of accountability through using effective measurement and insights programs.
The new Group will be co-chaired for the next 12 months by José de Buerba, Head of Business Intelligence and Digital Governance at the World Bank’s Communications Vice-Presidency and Natalia Vaccarezza, the Communication Specialist for Monitoring & Evaluation in the Division of Communication at UNICEF, the United Nations Children’s Fund.

Members of AMEC’s Non-Profit Group include: The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, UNICEF, WHO, United Nations, World Bank, Cleveland Clinic, Oxfam GB and Amnesty International UK.
Barry Leggetter, CEO, of AMEC, paid tribute to the work of Eileen Sheil, Executive Director, Corporate Communications, Cleveland Clinic He said: “Eileen has been a wonderful champion of AMEC’s work in the Non-Profit area. She has stepped down as Chair because of business pressures but still intends to be an active member of the group”.
The Group’s announcement of new leadership comes on the eve of AMEC Measurement Month (5-30 November 2018), which will be a major focus for every group within AMEC.
Leggetter added: “We are delighted that Jose and Natalia have agreed to be our Non-Profit Group Co-Chairs. They will bring new energy and purpose to the Group’s work.”