Coram Family chief executive resigns after 18 months over disagreement

The chief executive of children’s charity Coram Family has resigned less than 18 months into the job over a disagreement with the charity’s governors.


Honor Rhodes, who has headed up Coram Family since March last year, said a “divergence of opinion” with the governors over the future of direction of the charity had led to the move.


Rhodes, who has worked in social care for 25 years and was previously a director at the Family Welfare Association, added that she had been “very happy” at Coram Family and had the “highest regard” for its work.


She said: “I wish Coram Family, the many children and families it supports, and all my friends who work here, the very best for the future.”

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