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Nat Sloane was the co-founder and is now Vice Chair of Impetus Trust, the first venture philanthropy trust fund in the UK and Chair of BIG England since May 2011. He is also an Independent member of the Bridges Social Enterprise Fund’s Investment Committee, and has advisory board membership for Social Finance Impact Bond, European Venture Philanthropy Association Knowledge Centre and Liveryman for the Worshipful Company of Management Consultants.
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Interview: Lesley-Anne Alexander - CEO RNIB

We interviewed Lesley-Anne Alexander as part of our series of “The Gold Interviews.” We were blown away by her passion for RNIB as an organisation driven by its members. Her leadership role is about facilitating their voice, not just as a campaign but in the execution of products and services. Having listened to her views on mergers in the sector, we were given a real insight into successful mergers and Lesley-Anne pulled it off big time in her own family!
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Women: All we want for Christmas…

Rowena is a full-time Fellow of the Clore Social Leadership Programme. Rowena’s background is in fundraising most recently for The Fawcett Society, the national campaign for gender equality. As part of her fellowship she is working on a study of women leaders in the voluntary sector due to be launched in January 2012.
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Sara recently graduated from Kingston with a 2:1 in Graphic Design and is on a 6 month paid internship at Prospectus. We asked her about the realities of an internship and what she is gaining from the experience.
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Interview: Steve Wyler - CEO Locality

“Creating a shift where power and money are localised; small enough areas for people to know each other but large enough to be economically productive”.
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