Southbank Centre

As one of our founding partners Southbank Centre have been involved in the project from its inception. Our final journey stop, on 1st July 2018, will be hosted at Southbank Centre.

PwC

PwC have supported the development of Drivers for Change and will host our Birmingham stop. PwC are also connected to Jagriti Yatra, the enterprise journey in India that we are inspired by.

Advisory and delivery partners

As the project aims to promote and encourage cross sector collaboration we have been careful to ensure that our list of partners reflects this. We are grateful to have had input from the following organisations:

The team

Drivers for Change is a registered charity (number 294898). The project is a collaborative effort between many organisations. There are five trustees who take ultimate responsibility for the governance, vision and impact of the charity, and a team of two project managers that are leading the operations, learning programme and communications.

 

Drivers for Change Trustees

  • Jude Kelly CBE, Artistic Director at Southbank Centre
  • Richard Collier-Keywood, ex Global Vice Chairman at PwC and current Chair of School for Social Entrepreneurs
  • Claire Dove OBE, CEO of Blackburne House Group and one of England’s Social Enterprise Ambassadors
  • David Adair, Head of Community Affairs at PwC
  • Laura Collier-Keywood, Treasurer

Project Managers

Gemma

Logistics / learning / partnerships

"I'm extremely excited to work with young inspirational people and organisations who are looking to push the boundaries of the way community and enterprise can work together. I believe that business, social action and community can collectively create solutions to many of the issues we face in society, and young people are a key part of this."

Gemma has spent the last 5 years working in social enterprise at the British Council and has a special interest in this sector overseas. Alongside Drivers for Change, she is working to set up a social enterprise to empower women through fitness.

Leonie

Communications / media / recruitment

"After I had the amazing opportunity to travel to India and take part in Jagriti Yatra, I jumped at the chance to help bring a similar project to the UK. It's unquestionable that society will be more equal if young people have more opportunities to design and deliver new ways of tackling social challenges. I hope that Drivers for Change will give a platform to some ground-breaking, youth-led, big ideas."


Since graduating with a degree in social policy in 2009 Leonie has worked in travel and social enterprise, and lived abroad in France and Mexico. Alongside working on Drivers for Change she is putting her Spanish language skills to the test and supporting the set-up of a social enterprise in Colombia.

Join the team!

We're currently looking for a lead and co-lead facilitator.

The successful candidates will work with us in a freelance capacity to finalise the design of our learning programme and to deliver it in June.