GambleAware expands board of trustees with two new members
GambleAware has recently appointed two new members to its board of trustees.
The two new trustees who will be joining the gambling charity are Alan Moses and Mel Nebhrajani. They were selected through an extensive selection process and will be bringing with them a plethora of experience in the government and legal fields, contributing to the collective expertise and knowledge of the charity’s board of trustees.
Alan Moses is at present a Judge in a Court of Appeals in the Cayman Islands and has previous experience in numerous other similar roles in the United Kingdom. Mel Nebhrajani, on the other hand, is the Director General for the Litigation with Justice and Security directorate of the United Kingdom government and has had numerous other past experiences working in similar government organizations.
By appointing the two latest trustees to its board, GambleAware has expanded its leadership team to a dozen members.
This news follows a bit over a month after the charitable organization announced that it will be assisting gambling charities across the United Kingdom as part of a new program aimed at helping local organizations as the industry transitions from voluntary RET funding to a mandatory funding model.