In 2018 I left my 10-year career in Civil Engineering to found The Confluencers with the mission of getting Non-Profits the recognition and agency they deserve. Through my Training Programme and Consultancy work, I have empowered tens of Non-Profit leaders to translate their mission into an Impact Narrative that resonates and transform their approach to Fundraising, building in-house capacity and long-term security. I seek to shift the balance of control between grant givers and grantees towards more equitable partnerships that focus on finding creative ways of reaching collective goals faster. I worked across the world for Private and Public Sector clients, delivering social impact programmes from concept to construction with a focus on climate risk, complex systems, rural livelihoods, inequality and water security. I was a Charity Board Member, a speaker, a moderator, a Member of the Global Alliance for Urban Crises and an industry mentor. I studied Civil Engineering at the University of Bristol and Entrepreneurship at MIT.