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Published 16 March 2011

Amanda McLean has stepped down from her chief executive post at the Institute of

Fundraising (IoF) after four months in the job.

According to a statement from the Institute, McLean has resigned "because of her desire for a better work/life balance and because she is missing a direct connection with a specific charitable cause."

McLean became chief executive at the Institute in November 2010. Previously she had worked as executive of Prostate UK and director of fundraising and communications at DebRA UK.

Bruce Leeke, chief operating officer at the Institute, will be taking over as interim chief executive while the Board considers the recruitment process for a permanent successor.

Ben Hamilton

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