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She also undertook research work and training for the Charity Commission, Liverpool Education Authority, Knowsley Social Services and Liverpool Council for Voluntary Services and she was a founder member of the Women's Art Research Group and the Campaign for Women in the Arts.
Liverpool Council for Voluntary Services has donated pounds 2,000 which has allowed HEAT to design and construct the website, and it is now seeking funds for an online counsellor.
Career 2007-present: chief executive, Joseph Rowntree Foundation; 1993-2006: freelance consultant across the voluntary sector; 1986-92: director, Homeless Network: 1982-1986; head of voluntary sector liaison team, Greater London council; 1980-82: community liaison office, London borough of Southwark social services; 1978-80: field worker, Liverpool Council for Voluntary Service.
Pauline Buchanan has invested her own money in the new venture and former SRJ chairman Bill Tavener helped the new team win a pounds 10,000 grant from the Liverpool Council for Voluntary Services.
Liverpool Council for Voluntary Services chief executive Alan Lewis said he hoped FOI would help destroy prejudice.
Alan Lewis, acting head of Liverpool Council for Voluntary Service, said: "This could be a real watershed in terms of opportunities to involve communities previously excluded from consultations and decisionmaking.