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In August 2010 Katie Ghose was appointed new Chief Executive of the Electoral Reform Society.
"Katie Ghose has served for 5 years as Director of the British Institute of Human Rights, a national charity with a mission to bring rights to life for everyone in the UK. A public affairs specialist and barrister with a background in human rights law and immigration, she served as a Commissioner on the Independent Asylum Commission from 2006-2008, where she helped to conduct the biggest ever indepedent review of the UK asylum system. She has worked in campaigns for several third sector organisations including Age UK (then Age Concern England ), where she was the Campaigns & Parliamentary Manager and Citizens Advice. Katie has delivered lectures, seminars and courses on campaigns and public affairs the UK for a range of charities, public bodies and lawyers." 
Resources and articles
- Katie Ghose appointed new Chief Executive of the Electoral Reform Society, libdemvoice, accessed March 17, 2011.
- 2008 - 09 Annual Report, Stonewall, accessed March 17, 2011.