Through Edward Lord Limited, Edward is available to provide consultancy support in the fields of:

  • change management;
  • strategic communications and stakeholder relations;
  • corporate governance and strategic planning;
  • fundraising, particularly strategic reviews, campaign planning, major gift and trust/foundation approaches; and
  • equality and social inclusion.

as well as interim leadership in chief executive, communications and fundraising roles.

Clients (both paid and pro bono) have included:

  • C F Appointments Limited (marketing and relationship management)
  • The European Azerbaijan Society (member of the Advisory Board and undertaking an options appraisal for the future of the organisation)
  • Malvern College (strategic review of fundraising and alumni relations)
  • Norris for London (fundraising and policy development for Steve Norris’s 2004 London mayoral campaign)
  • Paul Rowen, MP for Rochdale 2005-10 (fundraising, communications and management support)
  • Theatrical Management Association (corporate governance training for trustees and senior managers)

As interim director of external relations at Coram, Edward undertook a comprehensive fundraising review and produced the charity’s new income generation plan as part of an overall strategic review. As general manager of Imperial College Union, Edward led a full-scale review of the staffing structure, a 4-year strategic planning exercise and the development of a masterplan for the Union’s grade 2 listed building.

Edward most recently worked part-time with breast cancer charity, the Haven, as their Director of Fundraising & Development.

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