The top 30 charity CEOs on social media were announced at an event hosted by JustGiving last week.
The Social CEOs awards are now in their third year and were founded by digital experts Zoe Amar and Matt Collins.
This year’s awards recognise CEOs for whom digital is now an established part of their modus operandi. Winners include Peter Wanless from the NSPCC, Ruth Sutherland from the Samaritans and Frances Crook from the Howard League for Penal Reform.
Three new individual awards were also introduced this year alongside the top 30 to recognise the social media presences of senior leaders and up and coming voluntary sector talent. They were won by Karl Wilding (Best Senior Leader), Leon Ward (Best Trustee) and Angela Style (Rising Star).
Become a top social media personality
Zoe Amar and Matt Collins have also launched a guide today to help charity leaders develop their use of social media, produced in association with JustGiving.
This infographic features a rundown of the top 30 CEOs and some invaluable tips for charities using social media:
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