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AbilityNet appoints new CEO
The Trustees of AbilityNet announced the appointment of Gary Moore as Chief Executive. Gary brings strong sales, marketing and leadership expertise from senior management roles in major technology enterprises including BT, O2 and Colt Technologies. He is a trustee of the WCIT Charity, and has extensive experience of assisting charities with information technology.


Alan Brooks, Chairman of Trustees, noted: “We are delighted to welcome Gary as our new CEO. Technology is rapidly changing, and the need for AbilityNet’s services is greater than ever. We are convinced that Gary will steer the charity to greater success in this fast-moving environment.”


Gary Moore commented: “AbilityNet helps thousands of users with disabilities every year to get the best from technology. I have been very impressed with the staff, with the services offered, and with the attentive engagement of the Trustees. I look forward to leading the team to delivering ever greater impact and benefit”.


Gary takes up his new permanent position from 01 August 2018.



For more information, please contact Catherine Grinyer on 07713248387 or email

About AbilityNet

National charity AbilityNet has over 20 years’ experience enabling people with disabilities touse technology to change their lives at home, at work and in education. Globally acclaimed for its expertise in workplace disability management and digital accessibility AbilityNet works with clients in the private, public and voluntary sector including all major Departments of State and many FTSE top 100 indexed companies. The Charity’s Patron is Baroness Martha Lane-Fox.