Jo Sellick Elected to the Lord’s Taverners Committee

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Managing Director of specialist finance recruiter Sellick Partnership, Jo Sellick, has been elected to the committee of the Lord's Taverners Cricket Charity.

Jo Sellick, Managing Director of specialist finance recruiter Sellick Partnership, has recently been elected to the committee of the Lord’s Taverners cricket charity. A true enthusiast of the sport, Jo has so far raised funds in excess of £15,000 for this charity through his sporting initiative the Manchester Professionals Cricket League (MPCL). The MPCL has grown substantially in reputation and size since its establishment in 2008; this year attracting more than 24 teams of finance professionals from businesses across the City.

As the UK’s official charity of recreational cricket and the leading youth cricket and disability sports charity, the Lord’s Taverners’ mission is to enhance the prospects of disadvantaged and disabled young people by using cricket and other sports to help them achieve their potential. With 5,000 members, the club has so far had an enormous positive impact upon the youth in local communities throughout the nation.

Jo Sellick comments: “It has been a joy to work in partnership with this worthy organisation for the past four years, and I’m delighted to be elected to the committee. I am now looking forward to getting actively involved, and helping contribute to the overall success of this fantastic charity that greatly improves the lives of so many young people across the country.”

The MPCL End of Season Awards Dinner will be hosted at the glamorous Lowry Hotel in Manchester on Thursday October 18th, where special guest speaker Graham Gooch OBE will award the tournament champions. For more information on booking a table, please contact Anna Gibbons on 0161 834 1642.

Sellick Partnership are specialists in finance and legal recruitment; offering a tailored service to clients and candidates nationwide. Working in partnership with a wide range of private, public and not-for-profit organisations, they recruit professionals into roles of all levels on a locum, contract and permanent basis.

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