Abigail Rotheroe is a consultant employed by NPC, a charity think tank and consultancy, where she is responsible for their social investment work. Since joining NPC four years ago she has worked with a wide variety of social sector clients, including start-up social enterprises, large charities (Macmillan, BHF) and funders (Access Foundation, Power to Change). … → Read More
Danny is a Senior Fellow at the Legatum Institute think tank. He is the founder, and former Chief Executive, of two charities: Only Connect, a criminal justice project, and the West London Zone for Children and Young People, a place-based early intervention project. Danny read History at Edinburgh University and received a DPhil in History… → Read More
Gareth works with digitally-led businesses and social enterprises. He has a strong track record growing brands as a CEO, founder and board-level adviser and has wide experience of business having worked in industry, investment banking and retail. His focus is on helping build social enterprises that scale.
Dame Julie Mellor is Chair of the Parliamentary and Health Services Ombudsman. Since she joined in 2012, the Ombudsman service has embarked on a radical programme of modernisation to ensure it has ‘more impact for more people’ – increasing the number of investigations, working to improve the quality and consistency of its service, and using… → Read More
Pete leads Legal & General’s direct investments into partnerships with the Public Sector, with particular passions for Social and Affordable Housing, new models of Care provision, and investment into regeneration around the country. Before this, Pete created new funds to enable long term capital to invest into social infrastructure, now totalling over £5billion, and to… → Read More
Mike Savage is Professor of Sociology at the London School of Economics. He loves to enthuse people with ideas from social science, and his award-winning work with the BBC on the Great British Class Survey has attracted interest across the world. At the LSE Mike is co-director of the International Inequalities Institute which is leading… → Read More
Vidhya Alakeson is the Chief Executive of Power to Change, an independent trust established in 2015 to support and grow community-led businesses across England. Vidhya was appointed to start up Power to Change and has led it since. Prior to Power to Change, Vidhya was the Deputy Chief Executive at the Resolution Foundation, an independent… → Read More