Congratulations Jo Kelly-Moore!
A powerful spokeswoman for the Living Wage in Aotearoa NZ will soon be a force for good in the UK.
Dean of Auckland's Holy Trinity Cathedral (a Living Wage Employer and Member Group), Jo Kelly-Moore, has been appointed the next Archdeacon of Canterbury.
She will work with the Bishop of Dover, Trevor Willmott, to oversee the Archdeaconry of Canterbury, in a significant and senior appointment in the Church of England. The role also involves being Vice Dean of Canterbury Cathedral.
Jo Kelly-Moore has been at the Holy Trinity Cathedral since August 2010 and in the last year was pivotal in bringing the Cathedral into the Movement as both a Living Wage Employer and Member Group. She has been an advocate for raising the wages of the lowest paid in our society for some time including as the guest speaker at the launch of the 2015 celebration of Living Wage Accreditated Employers.
Pictured here with Rev. Dr Susan Adams (right) on July 1 at the announcement of 2016-17 Living Wage Employers, Holy Trinity Cathedral, Auckland.