Finding a successor for GYAEN

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I have seen my friend really struggle to find a successor for her not for profit, and we at was unsuccessful in finding a successor.

This is why it is back in my and my partner's hand, and it's back with a vengeance.

However, over the next 5 years of running it, we are going to be looking for a successor, rather than doing it overnight. We will follow on these 4 key rules.

1. Establish a time frame (3-5 years)

2. Focus on the skills, not relationships (no family!)

3. Find the right fit (ideally around the age 20-23 and willing to run GYAEN for 5 years)

4. We start the challenge from today



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