Lesley is a jack of all trades fundraiser, researcher and supporter experience designer. She believes in the power of people centred design, culture and systems and rarely stops banging on about how focussing on people and their experience can transform fundraising for the better. A cycling coach in her spare time, she is often found at Herne Hill Velodrome with a whistle in hand.
Dana is a rebellious humanitarian who works at the intersections of culture, society and politics. As a fundraising strategist she helps charities, NGOs & INGOs globally to raise funds and change the world for the better. Current roles include: Senior Partner Consultant, =mc consulting Director, Adapt for Arts Deputy Director, National Arts Fundraising School Fundraising Director, Activate Collective Curator, #ArtsSummit She holds postgraduate qualifications in fundraising and philanthropy, and business administration from the London School of Economics and Leeds Univeristy. Voluntary roles include: Chair, Emergency Exit Arts Chair, Chartered Institute of Fundraising Cultural Sector Network Content Team Member, The Resource Alliance
Zoe Amar is widely regarded as one of the charity sector’s leading digital experts. She founded digital agency and social enterprise Zoe Amar Digital in 2013. Their clients have included Sense, Anglia Ruskin University and The School for Social Entrepreneurs.
Zoe is Chair of The Charity Digital Code of Practice. She writes for Third Sector about charities and digital issues and co-founded the Social CEOs awards . Zoe and her team produce an annual barometer of how charities across the UK are using digital, The Charity Digital Skills Report. She also co-authored The Charity Commission’s digital guidance for trustees, ‘Making Digital Work.’