Key Jewish Care executive quits

Neil Taylor is seeking a new challenge in the wider care world


Another senior executive is quitting Jewish Care.

After more than 28 years at the charity, half of them as a director, Neil Taylor leaves the organisation today, a fortnight after the departure of long-serving CEO Simon Morris.

“I have had a great career here but I am now ready to take on a new personal challenge in the wider social care world,” Mr Taylor said.

He began his Jewish Care career at its Redbridge community centre. He was Jewish Care’s director of community services from 2004 and, five years later, appointed director of care and community services.

He was the driving force behind the partnership with mental health charity Jami and the growth of independent living provision through Jewish Care.

He has also made an impact on Jewish life internationally by mentoring community centre managers in the former Soviet Union.

New Jewish Care chief executive Daniel Carmel-Brown said Mr Taylor had been “instrumental in driving up the quality of services. We have so much to thank him for.”

As an interim arrangement, the two assistant directors in the care and community services team, Angela Murphy and Gaby Wills, will be acting directors for their areas of responsibility until the end of the year.


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