We know what it takes to get fully funded and make a sustained impact.
We are passionate about helping social purpose organisations to generate social change by ensuring their long-term sustainability and helping them to achieve maximum impact.
FOUNDER & LEAD CONSULTANT
Dedicated to the non-profit sector for 21 years, Emma has both depth and breadth of experience as a CEO, Consultant, Trustee and Chair, Fundraiser and Grants Assessor.
As Chief Executive, Emma doubled income and turned around two charities from near-insolvency to a sustained surplus and healthy reserves. Since establishing Insley Consulting in 2010, she has helped dozens of third sector organisations to increase their impact and sustainability, focus their resources where they make the biggest difference, and develop life-changing services.
Setting up impact measurement systems and an independent evaluation for FitzRoy UK to measure improvements in wellbeing and loneliness in adults with learning disabilities.
Setting up impact measurement systems and conducting an independent evaluation of FareShare's national volunteering programme.
Evaluations and Needs Assessment of CLIC Sargent services – including Young People’s Social Work service in England and Northern Ireland, review of Home from Home service.
Conducted extensive Needs Analyses for Parkinson’s UK and MS Society to encourage beneficiaries to get and stay physically active.
Evaluation and cost-benefit analysis of Depaul UK's homelessness prevention service and Nightstop Network.
Raised in excess of £1 million in last two years. Fundraising audits and strategies for Women in Sport, Rett UK, Wandle Valley Regional Park Trust, Thames Chase Trust and Culture Shift.
Lori is a highly experienced external evaluator specialising in the health, housing and heritage sectors. She has evaluated a range of third sector projects from Oxfam UK’s Livelihoods Programme in the Russian Federation, to British Red Cross (Dawn Patrol Service, Wigan) and Age UK (Fit as a Fiddle programme). She has worked on evaluations and needs assessments with Emma, including for Parkinson’s UK, CLIC Sargent and MS Society.
Lori has a strong track record in stakeholder engagement and is a skilled facilitator. She currently chairs a major regeneration partnership in Bristol (Carriageworks) and is a Non-Executive Director of Suez Communities Trust.
QUALITATIVE RESEARCH CONSULTANT
Dr Juliet Rayment is a Sociologist, researcher and storyteller with 15 years’ experience of qualitative research. For many years she was a Research Fellow in the Centre for Research in Maternal and Child Health at City, University of London, coordinating the day-to-day delivery of qualitative research projects on the culture and organisation of health services. Since 2016 she has supported university research teams, charities and private sector organisations to generate qualitative evidence for their work and use research findings to drive organisational development and policy change.
Juliet is Chair of Trustees of a small health charity. Her other voluntary work includes @midwivescuppa, an arts-based project sparking conversations about midwives’ wellbeing, through the medium of tea and Tales of Our City, exploring Oxford’s LGBTIQ+ community through oral history, archives, exhibitions and events. Juliet has a PhD in Sociology from the University of Warwick, an MA in Social Research Methods (with Distinction) and a BA (Hons) in Philosophy and Literature.
QUANTITATIVE RESEARCH CONSULTANT
Dr Danielle Bodicoat has over 12 years of experience as a statistician and quantitative researcher. She has worked across different sectors and has particular expertise in health. Danielle began her career researching the causes of breast cancer at the Institute of Cancer Research. She then went on to be a researcher and lecturer at the University of Leicester, with a focus on diabetes. After a period working at Walgreens Boots Alliance to gain industry experience, Danielle set up as a consultant in 2019.
Danielle is passionate about using data to improve people’s lives, whether that’s through health and medical research, charity work or social enterprise. She brings a wealth of research experience to the team, having been involved in a substantial number of evaluations (she is the primary author or a co-author on over 80 peer-reviewed papers). Danielle has a PhD in Epidemiology, MSc in Medical Statistics (Distinction) and BSc in Mathematics with Statistics (1st Class).
Kendall has 15 years’ experience working across multiple sectors with an emphasis in charities and social enterprises. Kendall began her career as a journalist in the US and later moved to Central Europe where she worked in publishing. This lead to managing production studios in London working in top national charities. Kendall possesses a diverse portfolio having contributed to national literacy campaigns, developed educational resources for schools, and public health awareness campaigns during which time she project managed the largest corporate charity partnership in UK history (Diabetes UK).
Most recently she has overseen global human rights creative campaigns and evaluations at Amnesty International, HQ. She gained a MA in Sociology from Goldsmiths. She is a qualified Project Manager who can relate to diverse audiences and stakeholders in multi-cultural environments.
“We now think in ‘straight lines’ and can focus on delivering the strategy.”
Bankside Open Spaces Trust
If you know you could be making a bigger impact, we can help you:
Develop a strategy for sustained impact
Monitor and evaluate the impact of your work
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