Jane Cotton

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"Jane is a Deputy Chief Executive at Oxfam GB and has increasingly worked in various leadership roles with Oxfam International. She has announced that she will move on from her Oxfam roles at end December 2014." [1]

"After a degree in geography at Cambridge, Jane joined the Civil Service graduate entry scheme. She became a transport policy advisor, covering topics from the channel tunnel to Stansted airport to rail privatisation. She first “dabbled” in personnel work in Department of Transport in the mid 1980s, and then gradually specialised in HR. Her roles have included Director of Resources for the Charity Commission and Director of Personnel and Change Management at Department of Environment, Transport and Regions. She moved to become Oxfam’s HR Director at the end of 1999. The HR challenges at Oxfam involve working with staff in over 70 countries, in many different contexts and cultures, and with over 20,000 volunteers in the UK."[1]


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  1. Home-Start Worldwide Trustees, organizational web page, accessed June 29, 2012.
  2. Canal and River Trust Trustees, organizational web page, accessed October 4, 2012.