Lynda Dullop New CEO at British Emunah

07 March 2019 | Fundraising, Head Office

Lynda Dullop, formerly Immanuel College’s director of admissions and operations, joins British Emunah as chief executive on 25th March. She replaces Deborah Nathan who is taking up a post with World Emunah in Israel. “It is a fantastic opportunity and I am very excited,” said Lynda. “Emunah is a charity that touches people’s hearts.”

Before starting, Lynda went on British Emunah’s mission in January and saw our Israel projects for the first time. “It has helped me begin to truly understand the tragedy and the trauma that children have endured and how Emunah helps and improves their lives, often 24/7.”

Born in Newcastle, Lynda came to London in 1984 where she met her husband, Graham. They lived in South London where she was on the Catford and Bromley Synagogue board and ran the cheder and a toddlers’ group. She is looking forward to meeting Emunah supporters across the UK and in Scotland.

British Emunah chair Rosalyn Liss said: “Lynda is a highly-experienced Jewish communal professional and we wish her every success in her new role.”

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