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Ruth Dwight helps charities to increase their financial sustainability by generating earned income through the sales of products and services. This includes strategic planning, programme design, business modelling and governance. Ruth has over 20 years’ experience in the charity sector as a volunteer, senior manager and trustee, and now as a consultant, having worked with and supported charities including Young Citizens, Coram, NCT and Peeple. She has built and grown successful corporate partnerships programmes, converted statutory-funded programmes into sustainable membership packages, provided governance support and increased the reach and impact of programmes through strategic reviews and development.
Emma Insley helps charities and social enterprises to increase their income and impact, focus resources where they make the biggest difference, and develop life-changing services. Dedicated to the social purpose sector for 20+ years, Emma has both depth and breadth of experience as a CEO, Consultant, Trustee, Fundraiser and Grants Assessor. At Insley Consulting our workshops and consultancy help third sector organisations to measure and demonstrate their impact, develop strategies based on evidence of need and get their projects fully funded. Our clients have included household-name charities such as FareShare UK, CLIC Sargent and MS Society, to small and local charities and social enterprises.
Catherine Raynor is a founding director of Mile 91 which specialises in story gathering and story management for charities and changemakers. Her first taste of storytelling was in 2006 when she established VSO’s story gathering function and since then she has organised more than 40 overseas shoots and hundreds in the UK. She has helped to establish and manage story functions for Scope, Action for Children and Teenage Cancer Trust. She provides training and consultancy to charities looking to audit their story gathering systems and processes and to develop internal skills in storytelling. She also runs The Story Network for charity story managers.
Natasha Roe is a founding director of Red Pencil which has been supporting charities to raise funds, diversify income, reach audiences and communicate their impact for the last 18 years. Red Pencil has helped charities raise millions, develop sustainable strategies, rebrand to remain relevant and reach their target audiences with content that sticks. Natasha has worked with some of the UK’s leading brand charities, Mind and Alzheimer’s Society, right through to grassroots charities like, Haringey Community Hub and Wheels for Wellbeing. Currently she is a trustee of Multi-Story Orchestra, a diverse orchestra usually resident on the top floors of a car park in Peckham.
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