Change that leads to better lives

NDTi announce appointment of new Chief Executive

We are delighted to announce the appointment of Paul Marshall as the new Chief Executive of the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi).

Paul has nearly 20 years’ experience in leading social change and joins NDTi from Liverty, one of the country’s largest social housing providers, where he was Director of Community Engagement. He previously worked in local government and housing in the North East, driving inclusion, community benefit, service transformation and decentralsation.

Paul joins the NDTi team at a time when public services are facing unprecedented challenges that have led to a greater than ever demand on NDTi to help organisations rethink and adapt what they do.

NDTi’s chair, David Brindle, said: “Concepts of community and place are key to developing better ways to support people at risk of exclusion from society. Paul is brimming with ideas for this next exciting chapter in NDTi’s growth and we are thrilled that he is joining us.”

Paul Marshall said, “I’m eager to start my new role, NDTi is a brilliant collaborative organisation with strong foundations and a dedicated staff and associate team that have real expertise and passion for what they do.

The work of NDTi has fundamentally shifted the way services are designed and delivered, putting the individual at the heart. Our plans for national growth, based on our strong foundations, will allow us to shape and enable so much more positive change. To be part of that is fantastic”

Paul will assume his new role from October 2018, following the retirement of NDTi’s current Chief Executive, Rob Greig.
Until then, please feel free to connect with Paul via social media.

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For further information or media comment please contact Drew Llewellyn, Communications Lead on 01225 255 268 or email


  1. The National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) is a social change organisation that works to support policymakers, practitioners and communities to enable people at risk of exclusion, due to age or disability, to live the life they choose. As a not for profit, NDTi has over 25 years’ experience of working independently to make change happen - change that leads to better lives.
  2. Rob Greig has been NDTi’s Chief Executive for 10 years during which time the organisation has quadrupled its turnover and increased influence and impact, whilst continuing to champion de-institutionalisation, community inclusion and person-centred working so that people can live better lives as equal members of society.
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