Sir Stephen John Limrick Bubb JP FRSA (5 November Debretts, Sir Stephen Bubb, JP -) is Chief Executive of the UK charity leaders representative body Association of Chief Executives of Voluntary Organisations (ACEVO). He received a knighthood in for his services to the voluntary sector. Stephen Bubb receives knighthood in New Year's Honours Charity Times 4 January From March to June Bubb was seconded to the Department of Health, as part of the team leading Andrew Lansley's National Health Service (NHS) "listening exercise".
[Third Sector] - Stephen Bubb, chief executive of Acevo, which represents voluntary sector leaders, will speak with Cameron and John Cridland, director-general of the Confederation of British Industry, at this afternoon's launch of the white paper.
[LocalGov] - If the third sector is delivering more taxpayer-funded contracts it will need to be more accountable, says Stephen Bubb. I'm sure accountability must be on the mind of all leaders at the moment. And I'm sure many third sector leaders watching the
[Third Sector] - Stephen Bubb, chief executive of Acevo and chair of the NHS Future Forum panel, which last month produced a report on competition and choice in the NHS, told Third Sector he thought charities and social enterprises would deliver the majority of
[The Guardian] - Stephen Bubb, chief executive of Acevo, has already called on the prime minister to be bold. He wrote in a letter last week that he hoped the white paper would "be one with breadth of ambition, depth of ambition, and with practical underpinnings to
[Third Sector (blog)] - Acevo chief executive Sir Stephen Bubb appeared before a committee of MPs recently to issue a stirring defence of the idea that charities must be allowed to campaign for what they believed in. However he was stumped when asked by Tory MP Robert Halfon