Alistair Lomax

The Philanthropy Company, UK

Alistair brings 15 years experience as a charity CEO and consultant to his role as director of The Philanthropy Company. His current and past clients include University of Buckingham, Education Above All, Save the Children International, NHS England, the Children’s University, NCT, Capita Learning and Development, VSO, Experiment in International Living, UCL, Refugee Resource, Oxfam and Modern Art Oxford. 
As a CEO, he was responsible for developing the UNIAID Foundation from an idea into a thriving organisation; including the formulation and implementation of strategy, fundraising and recruitment strategy, writing the business plan and recruiting and leading an executive team. He has raised in excess of £6 million from major donors, corporates (with HSBC as lead sponsor), trusts and statutory bodies. The resulting programmes were widely recognised for their quality and engagement winning a string of prestigious awards and commendations, including a National Training Award, E-Learning Awards, World of E-Learning Awards, and Third Sector Awards.

Alistair will be speaking at the CEO Forum on Wednesday 13 April and conducting sessions during conference on how charity leaders can create a philanthropic culture throughout their organisation.

The Philanthropy Company: 

Master Class

Wednesday 13 April 08:30 am - 3:30 pm

CEO Forum - A full day's master class


Thursday 14 April, 2:45 pm - 3:45 pm

Transformational Philanthropy: Trends in Philanthropy - Visionary And Collaborative Funding

Friday 15 April, 1:50 pm - 3:00 pm

Top Ten Factors in a Successful Philanthropy Programme From Leadership, Vision, Governance, Strategy, Networks and People

Closing Plenary

Thursday 14 April, 4:05 pm - 5:15 pm

Growing an Innovative, Philanthropic Culture in Your Organisation. A Panel Discussion



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