Wexley School for Girls; Cal McAllister, Ian Cohen and Todd Grant

Wexley School for Girls has named co-founder Cal McAllister chief executive officer and co-founder Ian Cohen chief creative officer. In addition, Todd Grant was promoted to executive creative director.

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