David Janner-Klausner, Chair
David’s career has centred on local development, urbanism and sustainability. He has been involved in over 10 start-ups, mostly in the voluntary sector. He is co-founder and Business Development Director at Commonplace Digital Ltd., a tech start-up which enables local people to engage with planning and infrastructure decisions. David’s academic background is in geography, economics and architecture. LinkedIn profile here.
Dan is Founder & CEO of the International Centre for Social Franchising. ICSF works with the world’s most promising social solutions – to end the world’s greatest social needs. At ICSF, Dan has developed successful scaling strategies for over 50 organisations including Nike Foundation, Shell Foundation, Oxfam, PSI and Health Foundation. Dan developed Scale Accelerator, a programme to scale up the grantees of the 9 largest funders in the UK. Dan authored the Social Replication Toolkit which has been downloaded by over 1000 social ventures globally and is a regular presenter, writer, Clore Social Leadership Fellow. Dan has a BSc in Management from Nottingham University and is a Rothschild Fellow at the Cambridge Judge Business School.
Hannah Warwick, Treasurer
Hannah is a Chartered Accountant and is Associate Director of Finance at the Kew Foundation, the charity that fundraises for the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. She trained at the National Audit Office and also spent over three years as a Management Accountant and Financial Controller at the Household of TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall. Hannah has an MSc in Voluntary Sector Management from the Cass Business School. LinkedIn profile here.
Rebecca is a digital and business strategist who specialises in helping non-profits to use technology to transform operations, awareness and income. Rebecca studied English literature before swapping books for clicks and completing a Masters in Digital Sociology. She is now working as Head of Digital for the education charity, Teach First, and has previously worked with the Home and Foreign Office, Great Western Railways and many other small and medium sized charities.
Sarah is a solicitor who works for Open Society Foundations, a global network of human rights organisations, ensuring it is compliant with its legal and regulatory obligations. Prior to this, Sarah spent six years at the law firm Bates Wells Braithwaite advising charities and other not for profit organisations on legal and commercial issues, including corporate structure, governance and fundraising.