Abigail Rose

Abi is a Consultant in the Research and Consulting team. She works with charities and funders to help them increase their impact. She has previously worked on our evaluation of the Building Connections Fund and the Youth Investment Fund, and is currently supporting the evaluation of the Inspiring Impact programme. Abi has also worked on our recent think tank project looking at funding flows in the criminal justice system, and co-authored our 2021 report on place-based coordination during the pandemic. She is particularly interested in the intersectionality of people’s lived experience, and intersections between complex social issues.

Prior to joining NPC, Abi worked as a community development officer at Oxford City Council, and worked for the social action charity Oxford Hub. She was previously trustee for OYAP Trust, a charity that helps disadvantaged young people in Bicester improve their skills and confidence through engagement with the arts.

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Why I work for NPC

I’m passionate about helping organisations tackle complex social issues, and appreciate working alongside colleagues driven by the same values.

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Full cost recovery in VCSE contracts

Breaking reoffending cycles in the criminal justice system

Reflections from the Building Connections Fund developmental evaluation

Tips to help your remote project tackle loneliness

Coordination in place


How can trustees support charities with their impact measurement?

Five changes we must make for people experiencing multiple disadvantage

Banning ‘no fault’ evictions should be just the beginning for private rental reform

Uncovering key factors that can help break the cycle of reoffending

How to build upon recent changes to place-based coordination

How to rebalance data for the 21st century

How has place-based coordination changed?

How can trustees build resilience through and beyond the Covid-19 crisis?