Crispin Truman

Crispin Truman is Chief Executive of the Churches Conservation Trust, the national charity protecting historic churches at risk. The Trust runs over 340 heritage buildings across England attracting almost 2m visitors a year and promotes them as an educational, tourism and community resource. Crispin is on the Council of new European network, Future Religious Heritage and is a member of Defra’s Civil Society Partnership Network core group. He is Chair of Governors at Stoke Newington School & Sixth Form and was formerly trustee of a number of UK charities including The Heritage Alliance, Rethink Mental Illness and The Building Exploratory.
Crispin trained as a social worker. He was formerly Chief Executive of the Revolving Doors Agency and helped set the charity up to demonstrate new ways of working in mental health, homelessness and criminal justice.