The Associate Impact Report Writers

Kelly Ewers
Kelly is an experienced business transformation, bid writer and service design expert, with specialist expertise in criminal justice, gender specific services, welfare and public services.
A freelance consultant specialising in supporting solution and service design, bid writing and production, fundraising, research and report writing, social research, stakeholder engagement and supporting the mobilisation of contracts.
Kelly has a first-class honours degree in Social Policy and Sociology, a Masters in Women and Child Abuse and is currently studying for a PhD in policing, crime and community safety. She is Prince 2 qualified and has experience in six sigma and agile methodologies.

Lee Whitehead
Lee is an expert business developer, leading a value-driven consultancy.
Over the past 10 years Lee has worked with Probation Trusts/Community Rehabilitation Companies, NHS Trusts, Local Authorities, Voluntary, Community and Social Enterprises and a wide range of commercial organisations and has spent a rewarding twenty five-year career developing services where people need help to change behaviour.
Lee believes in and uses 'social return on investment made' criteria so savings and impact are clear and deliverable. A project planner and mobiliser who works with leaders in organisations across all sectors leaving a continuous improvement legacy.

Stuart St V Fitzgerald
Stuart has an outstanding track record of influential and impactful report-writing and authorship. This includes delivering regulatory inspection reports for over 100 local authorities, transport executives and housing bodies for a range of clients including the Audit Commission and Wales Audit Office; and PLCs such as Stagecoach and Environmental Waste Controls (EWC).
Stuart is an Accredited SROI Practitioner and has authored and published social impact and evaluation reports for bodies as diverse as the UK Home Office, the Global Social Economic Forum, the Social Stock Exchange, Figbytes Inc, Social Enterprise Network and Stagecoach plc.
As a management consultant, Stuart has wide-ranging expertise within housing, manufacturing, central government and social sectors. He is well renowned for his thought-leadership around CSR, social impact and community benefits and authored and launched the Social Value Charter for Liverpool in 2014 whilst also architecting the ground-breaking 10% More initiative to help secure significant inward investment from within the Liverpool City Region.

Adam Garfunkel
Adam has thirty years’ experience as a social change-maker. He has spent the past twenty years advising companies before which he worked for environmental pressure groups Friends of the Earth and Greenpeace.
His background means companies he consults for value his ability to be their ‘critical friend’.
Based in London, Adam is focused on sustainability communications and reporting, as well as brand and communication strategy. He specialises in helping companies find an authentic and compelling expression of the links between their business strategy and sustainability performance.
Adam sits on the B Corporation UK Standards Working Group, advising on the next generation of the B Impact Assessment. He is also active in his community, where he is on the Board of an arts centre and is Chair of Governors at his local primary school.
Adam holds an MSc in the Public Understanding of Environmental Change from UCL.

Sam Preece
The company for the Associate Report Writer is Strategic Environmental Consulting Limited, Company number 03087525 Little Manor Church Hill, Kersey, Ipswich, England, IP7 6DZ. ‘SEC’ has a long track record of working with global retailers and manufacturers in managing the environmental and social risk associated with their supply chain. This covers agriculture, forestry, biotech, fintech, sanitation, renewable energy, traditional energy, transport, manufacturing and infrastructure. Within our team we have worked in the UK and in most countries globally with very strong local partners in Africa and South East Asia.

Colin Curtis
Colin is a former Global Head of Sustainability at one of the world's largest technology companies, and now advises businesses on how they can support the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
During his career, he's held a variety of senior management roles in large and small companies, including business development, marketing, HR, and project management. All of which has helped him to understand how businesses operate, and how to build sustainable thinking into their operations, products, supply chain, and culture. Colin now heads up TBL Services, a company that helps businesses become more responsible and profitable by supporting the UN Sustainable Development Goals. TBL's simple framework helps large and small businesses measure and communicate their support for the goals in their operations, products, and supply chain.