Type of Fellowship: General
Year of Fellowship: 2010
Carol is a Director of The Social Change Agency, in partnership with 2011 Clore Fellow Esther Foreman. She is also Chair of the PSHE (Personal Social Health and Economic) Association, and is passionate about children's right to an education that prepares them for life.
Since completing her Fellowship, she has worked on the launch of male suicide prevention charity CALM's Year of the Male campaign, acted as Breast Cancer Campaign's strategic planning lead, consulted on a supporter relationship management change programme at Anthony Nolan and managed one of NHS England's new models of care Vanguards. She also led the transition of Race Online 2012, Martha Lane Fox’s national digital literacy campaign, to independent charity Go ON UK with cross-sector founding partners Age UK, BBC, BIG Lottery Fund, EON, Everything Everywhere, Lloyds Banking Group, the Post Office and TalkTalk.
Prior to her Fellowship Carol specialised in developing, brokering and managing private/voluntary sector strategic partnerships. She was Deputy Head of Corporate Development and a founding member of the Strategy Team for Young People's Services at Action for Children and held corporate fundraising roles at international development charities VSO and Transaid. Her experiences of developing partnerships that involve more than money informed her research project 'From Fundraising to Resource-Raising'.
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Current principal role: Director
Current principal organisation: The Social Change Agency
Other leadership role 1: Chair
Other organisation 1: PSHE Association
Research: From Fundraising to Resource Raising: how an organisation can use donated resources as part of an income-generation strategy
Research topics: Charity; Corporate social responsibility; Finance; Fundraising; Governance; Private sector; Partnerships ;
Secondment host: St Giles Trust