GambleAware appoints Andy Boucher as new trustee
Andy Boucher has recently joined GambleAware as the charity’s latest trustee.
The new appointee has brought a wealth of experience to the charity, having worked as an accountant and a partner for various major corporations and charitable organizations for over three decades. One of Boucher’s most noteworthy previous working experiences was at PwC, where he worked as a partner and provided corporate tax services to various prominent clients for more than one and a half decades.
The Chair of the Board of Trustees at GambleAware, Kate Lampard, remarked:
“We are excited to expand our team with Andy. His expansive wealth of knowledge and expertise will benefit the charity greatly, helping guide our strategic direction and objectives over the course of the future. We are eager to work closely with Andy, as we know he will be able to contribute immensely to our goal of providing problem gamblers with high-quality assistance.”
This announcement follows a couple of weeks after the charity published a report covering the efficacy of its support services, which revealed that almost 90% of problem gamblers who approached the organization for help in the third quarter of the year improved their conditions. Check out our coverage of GambleAware’s report to learn more.