Maya Bhose started her career in advertising before moving Client side to work in Brand and Marketing strategy. Maya has held senior roles in TV Broadcast and Tech companies. She has personal experience of how hard it can be to switch to a non-profit role without previous charity experience, as well as how you become invisible to hiring managers as you age. The desire to fight this injustice led to her founding Charity Interns. email@example.com
Tiku van Houtem is the Associate Director of Charity People’s Board and Leadership Practice and a Trustee of Mind in Enfield and Barnet. Tiku draws on her experience working with CEOs and Trustees to influence change and her drive to champion underrepresented groups to get a seat at the table.
Lynne Norman has recently retired from Management Consulting but retains an Executive Coaching practice. This gives her insight and understanding into the issues facing older professionals making career transitions.
Eleanor McBrien’s career spanned over 20 years in media and entertainment businesses, including founding her own consultancy business in 2012, before joining coaching partnership The Alliance in 2016 as an executive coach. Her coaching client base is broad; from public sector to professional services, from global media giant to emerging start-up. She has served as a Chair to her local arts charity and is a Surrey Care Trust mentor to young adults.
Dawn McNish started her career in commercial PR, then spent 10+ years working in the charity sector, with most of that as a Director at Charity Finance Group. While at CFG she studied the Legal Practice Course and volunteered at Toynbee Hall. Dawn is now at Crowe where she supports the Social Purpose and Non-Profit team and remains committed to the charity sector. This includes acting as a mentor/buddy.
Woosh Raza joined NCVO in 2023 in the newly created role of Director of people, culture & inclusion. Woosh is a chartered member of the CIPD, having worked across the private and public sectors before developing his career in not-for-profit organisations. He is a co-chair of the central London CIPD Committee, sits on the BAME leadership alumni for Stonewall and runs his own ED&I consultancy focused on supporting third sector clients in advancing their strategies in equity and belonging.
Magnus Willis has a wealth of experience. First, he was a brand strategist in advertising. Then he co-founded and sold an 80-person digital insight and strategy consultancy, Sparkler. Since leaving Sparkler he has become a Trustee at Hospitality & Hope in the North-East (amongst other things!). At Charity Interns his input will be especially valuable in shaping our brand strategy, marketing, communications, consumer research and digital strategy.
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