Charities / Not for profits

Marice Cumber

For most of her career Marice Cumber has worked in arts education, with the belief that creative expression has the power to alleviate life’s problems. Some five years ago she founded charity Accumulate to help better the lives of London’s young homeless people. The charity conducts a range of free creative workshops for those living […]

Isabel Farchy

The Creative Mentor Network is a charity with a mission to make the creative industries more diverse and inclusive through mentoring. CMN trains creative industry professionals as mentors, and connects them with diverse young talent. After graduating in politics, Farchy began in education as a Teach First teacher. After four years in the classroom, she […]

Ali Hanan

There have been many attempts to tackle the gender imbalance in ad agency creative departments but Ali Hanan’s Creative Equals is really getting things done. Hanan started Creative Equals in 2015 with a mission to create 50/50 gender diverse creative departments at UK agencies. Its charter asks agencies to sign up to a list of […]

Mel Evans

The range of projects that Mel Evans has helped develop for Greenpeace over the last couple of years show how creativity can be key to distributing messages effectively and affecting real change. As part of last year’s Requiem For Arctic Ice campaign, for example, every day that Shell attempted to drill for oil in the […]

Georgina Lee

Creative Leaders is not just about those whose teams make great work, but is also here to celebrate and draw on the expertise of those who are helping to solve some of the biggest issues facing society. And they don’t come much bigger than the changing demographics of our population. Much of the narrative around […]

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