Charlotte Stockting (pictured) says of her new involvement with the leading national charity for the printing, publishing and graphic arts industries: “After 20 years in consumer magazine publishing, I wanted to give something back by working with a charity that has resonance with my professional experience. Having met the other Trustees, I found them to be so passionately engaged in the charity that I felt I’d be able to contribute in an environment of like-minded individuals.”
She will be working closely with the charity’s newly formed Fundraising and Marketing Department’s team, helping them to focus their energies on targeting those sectors of the industry that may become supporters, as well as individuals who may be unaware the charity exists to help them.
Charlotte holds a BA (Hons) in Marketing and Communications and an MA in Marketing. Her impressive industry credentials have been gained in a range of high profile roles, including Head of Marketing and Research at Carlton Screen Advertising and Sales and Marketing Director at Condé Nast Publications.
Paul Rudd, the PCC’s Chairman, adds: “We’re delighted that Charlotte has accepted the appointment at a time when we’re concentrating our efforts on broadening our industry support base and increasing the number of people we help financially.”
About the PCC
The PCC says: “The Printers’ Charitable Corporation (PCC) is the leading national charity providing financial support through its grants programme for existing and former employees of the printing, publishing and graphic arts industries. This support also extends to dependent family members. The charity owns and runs Butlin House Care Home and Beaverbrook Court in Bletchley, as well as Southwood Court in Basildon.”