Caroline Gibbs is Head of Planning at The Good Agency and has extensive experience, above the line, below the line, with charity and commercial brands.
Catherine has been a professional Fundraiser for 17 years. After roles at CPRE and Mencap, she spent 6 years at Shelter as Head of Major Gifts and Deputy Director of Fundraising, leading on a major Appeal.
Catherine joined Anthony Nolan in 2009 as Fundraising Director. In the past year the team of 28 Fundraisers has grown gross income to £6.7m, and net income by over 50%, establishing a regular giving base and delivering the charity's largest ever corporate partnership and trust grant in the process.
Catherine's blog is at www.arentyoumarvellous.wordpress.com
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Charlie is MD of Donor Voice. He helps charities uncover what, of all the things they do, cause relationship strength and what is harmful. Partners see a massive improvement in performance, value and retention.
Voted top speaker at the Institute of Fundraising's National Convention in 2013, he writes frequently for SOFII, 101 Fundraising, the Institute of Fundraising and many others.
Charlotte Bray is currently Fundraising Manager at the Scottish Seabird Centre. Her work experience in the charity sector started with Trust fundraising, later broadening to cover the diverse skills needed to run various capital appeals. To date she has worked up a turret in Edinburgh Zoo, in a mansion house next to a safari park and in a crypt under a church. At the moment her office has a sea view, which she feels she has earned after the crypt. Over the last decade Charlotte has served on various IoF committees including the Trust SiG, Scottish Exec and Policy Advisory Board, as well as writing an occasional blog for TFN. Charlotte firmly believes the TARDIS will arrive in her office one day, so she can pursue her real mission of saving the planet.
Dr Claire Routley has worked in fundraising for twelve years, specialising in legacy fundraising for the last nine. In 2011, she completed a PhD looking at why people choose to leave legacies to charity. Having worked for a number of different charities, she is now a consultant specialising in legacy and in memory fundraising and is a tutor for the Institute of Fundraising’s qualification courses.
Craig has been in fundraising since graduating in 2000. He started his career at St Teresa's Hospice, Darlington. In 2005 he joined Sue Ryder where he was a Regional Fundraising Manager, before being promoted to Head of Stewardship in 2008 with responsibility for all direct marketing and database work.
In 2010 Craig joined Greater London Fund for the Blind as Head of Fundraising before joining Royal London Society for the Blind in a similar role in 2012. Craig enjoy all aspects of fundraising and in his spare time writes the Fundraising Detective blog.
Head of Policy and External Affairs
Daniel leads the Institute's policy development and research work, keeping up to date with member priorities, promoting innovation on fundraising and working with key stakeholders, including civil servants and politicians, to make sure fundraising and giving are key priorities for the current and future governments.