Speakers

WAGGGS would like to express its gratitude to the generous speakers listed below, who have all contributed voluntarily in support of this event.

Nicola Grinstead

Chair of the World Board, WAGGGS

Volunteerism – What WAGGGS can do for your MO

Outcome: Participants will hear about the findings of the Annual Membership Survey related to Volunteerism and will look at and discuss about how WAGGGS can help them to attract and retain volunteers.

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Nicola Grinstead was elected Chair of the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts in July 2014 having served as the Deputy Chair since 2011. Prior to that Nicola was a trustee for Girlguiding UK 2005-2011 where she influenced the organisations advocacy, branding and global issues programmes.

A member of the movement since age 7, Nicola is a passionate advocate for the role girls and young women can play in changing the world they live in.

“Through my guiding experiences as a young advocate working on an HIV project in South Africa I realised that it was possible to make a difference; whether influencing decision makers, taking on governance roles, leading their peers or shaping their community, girls and young women have a crucial role to play and a voice to be heard. And we have a responsibility to make sure they have the opportunity”

Professionally Nicola joined the National Health Service management training scheme in 2000 and has since held a variety of senior management roles in acute London Trusts. She is currently the Deputy Chief Operating Officer for Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.

In 2012 Nicola was listed in the Independent on Sunday Happy List dedicated to those who “give back, volunteer and who make Britain a better balanced, happier country”


Geri Lau

Head of Youth Action and Volunteering Development, International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies

Volunteerism: evolving and responsive practices

Outcome: Participants understand how the nature of volunteering is changing and learn about what other organisations are doing in order to adapt and adjust to this change


*Geri Lau*

Geri Lau is Head of Youth Action and Volunteering Development at the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies (IFRC). Ms. Geri Lau joined the IFRC Secretariat in Geneva in May 2008.  Before that, she was the Secretary General of the Singapore Red Cross for 12 years. Prior to that, Ms Lau was the Senior Manager of the Volunteer Action and Development Centre at the National Council of Social Service in Singapore.

Ms Lau has served in various global fora of the Federation, including the Strategy 2010 mid-term review, Strategy 2020 working group, and the IFRC Constitutional Review Committee. She was a Girl Scout which had a lasting impression on her about the importance of service to one’s community.

As Head of Youth Action and Volunteering Development, Ms Lau has forged and strengthened partnerships with a number of youth and volunteering organizations. These include the United Nations Volunteers programme, International Association for Volunteer Effort (IAVE), Lions Clubs International, Special Olympics International, Alliance of Youth CEOs, among others.

She has a wealth of experience and is passionate about youth action and volunteering development in the Red Cross & Red Crescent Movement and beyond.

See Geri's presentation: Volunteerism : Evolving and Responsive Practices

 


Noah Roychowdhury

Principal, Northstar Global Insights Consultants

Growth and the importance of data and research

Outcome: Participants understand about the importance of responding to data analysis and trends and embedding them into decision making processes.

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PhotoNoah is Principal of Northstar’s EU & ASEAN practice and shares his time across London and Jakarta offices, where he brings over 20 years of research and strategy experience to the team. 

Noah is well acquainted with WAGGGS; he led WAGGGS' award winning Pathways to Membership Research (2014) and is working with WAGGGS Europe Region on their Growth Project.

Prior to joining Northstar he spent a significant time working for the strategy consultancy unit within the UK Cabinet Office. Noah started his career with WPP Plc. Noah was appointed a UK magistrate (Justice of Peace) by the Lord Chancellor in 2008. He is an alumnus of the London Business School.

Read our award-winning 2014 Membership Pathways Research with Northstar 

See Noah's presentation: Growth and the Importance of Data and Research


Jacquelyn Guderley

Cofounder & ‘Managing Stemette’

Use of technology to enhance the girl experience

Outcome: Participants share, learn and discuss about how we can empower girls now and in the future by embracing technology trends
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PhotoJacquelyn Guderley is Cofounder & ‘Managing Stemette’ at the Stemettes, a social enterprise that encourages girls and young women to pursue careers in Science, Technology, Engineering & Maths (STEM) via events, a mentoring scheme and ‘Outbox Incubator’ for girls wishing to become entrepreneurs. She graduated from Durham in 2010 with a first class honours degree in History and Spanish and worked as a management consultant in the technology industry upon graduating.

She soon developed an interest in the “social” side of business and began looking into tackling the gender imbalance in the technology sector which she was a part of. This culminated in attending the Stemettes launch in 2013 where she was won over by a room full of girls with growing passions for STEM subjects and careers. Jacquelyn now sits in the leadership team at the Stemettes and works with schools and companies to help inspire the next generation of girls into STEM careers. Jacquelyn is also very passionate about social enterprise and took part in the ‘On Purpose’ programme in 2014, a leadership and development programme for prospective leaders of the newly burgeoning social enterprise space.

See Jacquelyn's presentaion: Use of Technology to Enhance the Girl Experience



John Braithwaite

Managing Director

How technology can help us to grow

Outcome: Participants understand how we can use technology to gather and respond to data, and how insight-driven decisions can help drive growth.
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PhotoTechnologically fluent digital leader John has been improving commercial and communications performance of a wide range of organisations. He is one of the few leaders with a wider perspective of digital transformation from both the technical and business perspective. John is now actively building on software solutions to transform businesses by increasing productivity and performance through effective use of cloud and open source solutions for increased automation.

See John and Julian's presentation: How Technology Can Help us to Grow


Julian Knowles

Strategy & New Business

How technology can help us to grow

Outcome: Participants understand how we can use technology to gather and respond to data, and how insight-driven decisions can help drive growth.
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PhotoA brand-centric communications expert, Julian has been working with clients both big and small to think more carefully about the clarity of their digital communications and helping them to define their strategies. With a track record of working with large international organisations, Julian is experienced with moderating teams to get the most out of all group interactions.

See Julian and John's presentaion: How Technology Can Help Us to Grow


Andii Verhoeven

Programme and Training Manager at WAGGGS

Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting method: the fundamentals

Outcome: Participants look at the core elements of GG/GS and discuss how we can bring an innovative experience to all our members.
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Andii Verhoeven 2015Andii is Programme and Training Manager at WAGGGS and has a background in NGO programme management, working in education and the strategic development of learning and leadership initiatives. She specialises in non-formal education and lifelong learning, citizenship and youth development with interests in diversity, gender and special learning needs.

In her current role Andii leads the youth learning and adult training areas of WAGGGS’ work, developing policies and best practice around WAGGGS’ non-formal educational method for both young people and adults, writing global educational programmes, working with Member Organisations directly to strengthen their national Girl Guide and Girl Scout experience, and training in leadership and learning.

See Andii's presentation: Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting Method: The Fundamentals


Alison Wilcox

Chief Operating Officer for Girl Scouts of Western New York, GSUSA


Lessons and experience on organizational restructuring in order to address growth Social media

Outcome: Participants look at connecting their technology strategy to their brand story and the look/feel of the organisation, and discuss about how to remain true to values while embracing technology.
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Alison Wilcox is the Chief Operating Officer for Girl Scouts of Western New York, overseeing membership, program, volunteer, camp, properties, IT and registration, for the five service centers and nine counties of the WNY council.  Alison’s prior Girl Scout experience includes serving as Council Specialty Advisor for COOs and Membership for Girl Scouts of the USA, and serving as the Senior Vice President of Program and Membership for the Girl Scouts of WNY.  During Alison’s tenure with Girl Scouts, she has worked to focus on aligning services and support to meet the changing needs of girls.  Alison has over 15 years of global experience in leadership development and recruitment in nonprofit, corporate, cooperative and educational institutions. 



Anne Guyaz

Chair Increasing MOs Task Group of the Membership Growth Working Group of the World Board 

WAGGGS projects as a pathway to growth

Outcome: Participants look and discuss about how the delivery of programmes that respond to social-cultural trends can become pathways to growth
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Anne is a member of the World Board and of the Membership Growth Working Group which provides the strategic direction for WAGGGS to achieve the membership growth goals outlined in Vision 2020.

 

Anne is also a member of the Swiss Guide and Scout Movement, holds the Membre d’Honneur position, and is an external representative to other organizations and foundations. 


Anne is also the Director of the Swiss NGO – Co-ordination Post Beijing.

'There are different kinds of leadership. It is important to me that Guiding remains open to every young person, whatever their personality. Those who work in the shadows for the good of everyone are just as important as the others who are centre stage.' Anne Guyaz 

See Jenny and Anne Guyaz's presentation: WAGGGS Projects as a Pathway to Growth


Anthony (Tony) Doye

Chief Operating Officer, GSUSA

The Girl Experience

Outcome: Participants understand about the importance of listening to girls and young women and looking at how to ensure organisations are fit for purpose for the 21st century
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Tony joined Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA) in 2014 as its interim chief information officer and stepped into the chief operating officer position in April 2015. As COO, Tony oversees a team tasked with improving role clarity and accountability and that focuses on the drivers of GSUSA's business, including diversification of revenue, fund development growth, enhancement of the customer experience, and the effective execution of GSUSA's strategic initiatives.

Prior to Girl Scouts, Tony had more than 25 years of management and customer service experience, including as CEO of CompuCom Systems, Inc., a leader in the IT outsourcing field. 



Chris Clark

Change Management Expert

Change Management

Outcome: Participants will learn about the key factors that need to be considered when planning for change; what to do to give change the best chance of success; and how they can return to their MOs and build support for change.

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In 2000 Chris became CEO of Action for M.E, developing a campaigning strategy that resulted in changes to health policy and government funding. Chris managed a merger and organisation restructure.

From 2007 until he retired in 2014 Chris was Director of Services at the Stroke Association.  He doubled the number of UK services to 350 (35,000 clients) funded by statutory and voluntary income, gaining awards for quality. 

See Chris's presentation: Change and Growth


Colman Chamberlain

Senior Director, Connectivity for Girl Effect.

Opening and Keynote Address

Outcome: Participants feel inspired about growth; not only because they want to simply have more members but because they want to better achieve our mission and vision.
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Operating at the intersection of design and development, Colman has spent the last decade transforming organisations, co-designing solutions and working with entrepreneurs to tackle the most significant social and economic challenges of our time. A creative rooted in a human-centred approach, Colman has founded two companies, worked for Morgan Stanley, Clinton Foundation, and NIKE Foundation, among others, and currently advises several other foundations and social enterprises. Colman also coaches Design Thinking at schools such as the Stanford University d.school and is an Adjunct Professor at Columbia University.


Elisa Chiodi

Director of Membership Development, WAGGGS

The WAGGGS Journey through Value Proposition

Outcome: Participants hear about the journey WAGGGS is going through and look at how to start their own journey.
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PhotoElisa has been WAGGGS Director of Membership Development since July 2014. Prior to this she worked for WAGGGS in different capacities and has therefore gained a very sound understanding of the needs of WAGGGS Member Organizations as well as girls and young women across the movement.

Elisa started to lead organizations and teams in her twenties and has since gained broad experience in organization and programme management, diversity, learning and development and fundraising.

Before joining WAGGGS she has worked with other membership based organisations in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and Latin America. She has a passion for diversity and believes that children and young people should have the opportunity to develop their fullest potential while embracing their own unique identity and aspirations.

Elisa has an MA in International Relations from the University of Bologna (Italy) and is currently studying an MA in Business Administration.

See Elisa and Natasha's presentation: The WAGGGS Value Proposition Journey

See Elisa's presentation: Grassroots-Driven Organizational Models



Heidi Jokinen

Chair Volunteerism Task Group of the Membership Growth Working Group of the World Board

Volunteerism – What can WAGGGS do for your MO?

Outcome: Participants will hear about the findings of the Annual Membership Survey related to Volunteerism and will look at and discuss about how WAGGGS can help them to attract and retain volunteers.
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PhotoHeidi is a the Chair of the Volunteerism Task Group of the Membership Growth Working Group of the World Board which main purpose is to assist Member Organizations to enhance volunteerism.

At national level she is a member of the Board of the Scout and Guide Foundation of Finland. She is also a member of the Advocacy Team of the Scout District of South West Finland. 

Heidi previously worked as the International Commissioner, and is currently on maternity leave but was most recently a Church Minister and Post-Doctorial Researcher in Philosophy and Ethics.                                

'As a global organization WAGGGS has excellent chances in enhancing its mission and vision for girls and young women.  I find this exciting.  Simultaneously WAGGGS makes a platform for its Member Organizations’ diverse needs.  This must be remembered when pursuing WAGGGS’ mission globally.'  Heidi Jokinen


Hetel Gokal

Change Management Expert

Change Management

Outcome: Participants will learn about the key factors that need to be considered when planning for change; what to do to give change the best chance of success; and how they can return to their MOs and build support for change.

PhotoHetel Gokal is an independent Management Consultant and Coach specialising in implementing complex business change.  She combines structured methodologies, creative people-engagement strategies and technology innovation.  This unique blend of skills enables her to successfully unify organisational silos towards a common vision.  She has a multi-industry background and has worked across three continents as a facilitator, trainer and speaker.  She gained her experience of large-scale change programmes at British Airways and now works with startups, social enterprises and charities.  She is motivated by helping people to fulfill their greater potential.

See Hetel's presentation: Get Change Smart


Jenny Giangrande

WAGGGS-Dove Global Programme Manager

WAGGGS projects as a pathway to growth

Outcome: Participants look and discuss about how the delivery of programmes that respond to social-cultural trends can become pathways to growth
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PhotoJenny Giangrande is the WAGGGS-Dove Global Programme Manager, and has been working on the Free Being Me project since it began in 2013. She is responsible for the day-to-day relationship with Dove and with the Member Organizations involved in Free Being Me. Her role is to ensure that the project reaches its targets and goals. Passionate about helping girls worldwide reach their full potential, Jenny has a background in writing youth programmes and project management. 

See Jenny and Anne Guyaz's presentation: WAGGGS Projects as a Pathway to Growth


Jess Bond

Region Chair of Communications and Trainer, GGUK

New membership models that embrace diversity

Outcome: Participants look at examples and discuss on how, by responding to research and data trends, we can achieve growth and improve the diversity of our organisations.
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PhotoJess has been a member of Girlguiding UK for 16 years and is currently a trainer and a leader in Cambridge, where she runs units for Brownies (aged 7-10) and The Senior Section (aged 14-25). She has also taken on a number of other roles at Regional and National levels over the past 10 years including being a national media spokesperson, and a member of the National Marketing & Communications Committee. 

More recently, Jess has been involved in supporting the Association's 'Growing Guiding' campaign with roles including National Lead Volunteer for Student Engagement and Regional Chair of Communications, running workshops and delivering activities to support membership growth.

See Jess and Tamsin's presentation: New Membership Models that Embrace Diversity



Jill Zelmanovits

Chair WAGGGS Membership Growth Working Group

Getting to Know One Another

Outcome: Participants have an opportunity to start getting to know one another and share expertise and past experiences, in both their professional and volunteer roles, around growth and the related topics we will be exploring through the week.

Volunteerism – What WAGGGS can do for your MO

Outcome: Participants will hear about the findings of the Annual Membership Survey related to Volunteerism and will look at and discuss about how WAGGGS can help them to attract and retain volunteers.

Collision of Ideas

Outcome: Participants will have debriefed on the most significant learnings, evaluated whether expectations were met and looked at key action points and next steps.
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PhotoJill is a member of the World Board and  Chair of the Membership Growth Working Group which provides the strategic direction for WAGGGS to achieve the membership growth goals outlined in Vision 2020.

At national level she is a member of Guides of Canada. Jill is a lawyer practicing at a government-funded Community Legal Clinic. She has also volunteered at Pax Lodge and Sangam, and has worked as Development Executive/Field Trainer for the WAGGGS Europe Region.

I am passionately committed to the Mission of WAGGGS and believe that WAGGGS needs a responsive governing body to value, support and inspire its Member Organizations. This is an exciting time for WAGGGS to change the world for girls and young women.’ 

See Jill's presentation: Collision of Ideas

See Jill's presentation: Closing Remarks


Kelly Chirumbolo

Volunteer Experience Unit, GSUSA

New and effective approaches to engage volunteers

Outcome: Participants discuss about strategies for making it easy for volunteers to engage and ways in which organisations can engage episodic or short-term volunteers in a practical way.
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PhotoKelly Chirumbolo joined GSUSA in 2013 to help lead the Customer Engagement Initiative, which aims to improve customer experience, increase membership over time, improve brand and program consistency, and drive operational efficiencies. Kelly leads experience design in the areas of customer conversion and renewal. She serves as a business subject matter expert in business process innovation and informing the GSUSA custom implementation of Salesforce, a customer relationship management system. She is currently working in the Volunteer Experience Unit, GSUSA.

Kelly is an executive, advisor and strategist with proven success in building landmark  programs, managing large-scale projects and driving initiatives that strengthen organizational performance and promote the open exchange of ideas.


Natalie Richards

Director, Social and Local

Developing a Brand: Hands-on Workshop

Outcome: Participants will have had a hands on experience on the process of developing a brand.
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PhotoNatalie is Co-Founder and cares deeply about sharing knowledge and helping others to develop their skills. Over the past 15 years, she has trained and advised hundreds of marketers and practitioners, and developed best practice guidance and models that are used throughout major businesses today.  All this is over and above her intellect and capability as a big communications thinker who can see a piece of work through to an effective conclusion on behalf of her clients.


See Natalie and Stephanie's presentation: Developing a Brand: Hands-on Workshop

Natasha Hendrick 

Chair of WAGGGS Membership Services Working Group

Getting to Know One Another

Outcome: Participants have an opportunity to start getting to know one another and share expertise and past experiences, in both their professional and volunteer roles, around growth and the related topics we will be exploring through the week.

The WAGGGS Value Proposition Journey

Outcome: Participants hear about the journey WAGGGS is going through and look at how to start their own journey.
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PhotoNatasha is Vice-Chair of the World Board and Chair of the Membership Services Working Group of the World Board which provides strategic direction of the type of services, and monitors quality and relevance of services, that WAGGGS delivers to its members to facilitate the delivery of high-quality GG/GS and promote membership growth.  

Natasha is a member of the Girl Guides Australia, and has previously held the positions of Assistant Chief Commissioner and Chair of the Australian Management Team. Natasha has been a part of WAGGGS Membership Development Strategy Working Group, giving her insight into WAGGGS’ strategies and priorities. Outside of the Movement she is a Staff Geophysicist at Santos Ltd.

‘I am a scientist, volunteer, adventurer, mentor and friend ... and Guiding has positively influenced every aspect of my life. I am committed to helping WAGGGS achieve its Mission so that girls and young women can share in the incredible experiences of Girl Guiding and Girl Scouting.’ Natasha Hendrick 

See Natasha and Elisa's Presentation: The WAGGGS Value Proposition Journey


Nathan Williams

Service Design, Brand and Digital Strategy, Moving Brands

Brand

Outcome: Participants hear about insights on branding matters and look at the key elements on branding and organisation that need to be considered when strengthening a brand. Participants feel inspired to look at their brands and see how they can best be used to promote growth.
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"A brand lives and dies through the experience it creates.” 

PhotoNathan is an expert in complex brand experience design, digital strategy, and product and service innovation. He has 20 years’ experience working in brand and digital, from developing early location based services, to working with some of the world’s largest brands in the technology and communications space, including EE, Skype, Vodafone, Microsoft, Google, Orange, Intel, BT and GE.

As Service Design Director, Nathan brings his wealth of experience to help define and steer a game-changing brand experience for our clients, their employees and their customers.


See Nathan's presentation: Brand


Stephanie Drakes 

CEO Social and Local

Developing a Brand: Hands-on Workshop

Outcome: Participants will have had a hands on experience on the process of developing a brand.
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PhotoStephanie is CEO of Social and Local. Having started as a Graduate Trainee  with Cadbury Schweppes in 1973  she was lured to the dark side by her first agency employer which went on to become part of Omnicom. Three large agencies (most recently as MD of regions and COI lead for 23red) and one grown and sold agency business later, her passion is Social & Local and everything it stands for. She’s not too old to get her hands dirty and loves nothing more than a thorny behavioural or brand issue to crack.

See Stephanie and Natalie's presentation: Developing a Brand: Hands-on Workshop


Tamsin Fudge

Member Development Manager, GGUK

New membership models that embrace diversity

Outcome: Participants look at examples and discuss on how, by responding to research and data trends, we can achieve growth and improve the diversity of our organisations.
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PhotoTamsin is the Membership Development Manager for Girlguiding UK. She took up this post in April 2015 having worked in the sport sector for 10 years, where she specialised in sports development for disabled people, delivering national projects and localised pilots to increase participation and grow membership. Tamsin now manages the national Membership Development team which co- ordinates externally funded national projects, targeting membership growth through engaging new members from low-socio economic areas; as well as supporting Countries and Regions to grow guiding by refining recruitment and retention processes and resources.


See Tamsin and Jess' presentation: New Membership Models that Embrace Diversity


Vanessa Mansharamani

Senior Adult Experience Developer/Volunteer Toolkit Product, GSUSA

Volunteerism and use of technology

Outcome: Participants learn and discuss about how to address the common volunteer pain point of time constraints in delivering a quality girl experience, via the Troop pathway.
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PhotoVanessa Mansharamani is a Senior Adult Experience Developer for Girl Scouts of the USA (GSUSA), the nation’s premier leadership organization for girls ages 5–17. Working within the organization’s Customer Office, Vanessa’s job is to help improve the customer experience for adults in the organization through the use of digital products and tools. In her current role she supports the Customer Engagement Initiative (CEI) as Lead Product Owner for the Volunteer Toolkit, GSUSA’s first-ever online web application to help Troop volunteers deliver quality program experiences to girls in easy and meaningful ways.

Vanessa has been with GSUSA for almost seven years, and prior to her role of Experience Developer, she served the organization as the former Hispanic and Underserved Markets Consultant working to lead the organization’s Hispanic membership growth efforts to recruit and retain local Hispanic girls and volunteers, build support systems, and support councils in the use of Spanish language resources to provide exceptional leadership experiences, and opportunities, for all Latinas and their families. 



Mark Glynn

Performance Improvement Specialist at ASI Europe

Organizational structure: Thinking about growth-promoting structures

Outcome: That participants will hear about structures and management approaches that have worked for growth and what the underlying organisational principles of successful structures were.
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Mark GlynnMark Glynn is a Performance Improvement Specialist at ASI Europe, part of the global Advanced Solutions International group.

Mark has proven experience of driving effective business process improvement, having worked with CEOs and senior executives of Not-For-Profit Charity and Membership Associations to help them achieve organisational success in Australia, New Zealand and most recently here in the UK.

Advanced Solutions International (ASI) is a recognised global, industry thought leader that focuses on helping associations and not-for-profits increase operational and financial performance through the use of best practices, proven solutions, and ongoing client advisement. Since 1991, ASI has served nearly 4,000 clients and millions of users worldwide.

See Mark's presentation: How to Drive Membership Engagement and Achieve Organizational Success

See Mark's presentation: An Executive Guide to Improve Performance in Your Organization





Sarah Boddey

Diversity and Inclusion Expert, World Board Membership Growth Working Group, WAGGGS

The Girl Experience and Diversity

Outcome: Participants share, learn and discuss about how responding to diversity in innovative ways can help deliver a successful girl experience

Volunteerism and diversity

Outcome: Participant look at ways of inspiring volunteers from diverse backgrounds to join our organisations.
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Sarah BoddeySarah is the Diversity and Inclusion Expert on the World Board Membership Growth Working Group.

Sarah is also Head of Diversity & Inclusion, at AIG for the Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) region, where she joined in September 2013. She is responsible for the strategy and implementation of a wide variety of diversity and inclusion programmes and initiatives.  As part of the Global Office of Diversity & Inclusion she is responsible for supporting the business to recruit, develop and retain a diverse and inclusive workforce. Before joining AIG, Sarah headed up the Diversity and Inclusion team at Barclays Wealth and Investment Management.  Prior to this she held a variety of HR roles at US investment bank Morgan Stanley and law firm Simmons & Simmons. 

Sarah holds a BA in International Management and Business Administration with German from the University of Reading.  Additionally she holds an MSc in Human Resource Management and an MBA from the Open University. She is a chartered member of the CIPD (Chartered Institute of Personnel & Development) and is bilingual English/German.   Sarah is also a Magistrate, serving in the East London Local Justice Area across three Magistrates’ Courts.

See Sarah's presentation: The Girl Experience and Diversity

See Sarah's presentation: Volunteerism and diversity


Katherine Price

Head of Strategic Partnerships at WAGGGS

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Partnerships to foster organizational capacity

Outcome: Participants look and discuss about how we can use partnerships to enhance organisational structures and promote growth.

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Katherine Price is the new Head of Strategic Partnerships at WAGGGS working in the Fund Development team while Paul Bigmore is on sabbatical. Katherine’s role is to explore new opportunities for WAGGGS to work in partnership with different organisations and to source new funding as well as to support the existing partnerships with Dove and Symantec. Katherine joined WAGGGS a few weeks ago from a background of corporate fundraising. Her most recent role was with the UK’s largest breast cancer charity where she headed up a team working on a range of high profile partnerships with international companies including M&S and Avon Cosmetics. 

See Katherine's presentation: Partnerships to Foster Organizational Capacity


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