Daniel Seifu

Daniel is a Researcher in NPC’s Research and Consulting team, helping funders and charities to maximise their social impact.

Before joining NPC, Daniel completed his undergraduate degree in Human Geography with a focus on social science data research and analysis. Upon leaving university, Daniel worked for the volunteer management team at The Listening Place, a charity supporting those who feel life is no longer worth living. He also supports the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation as a Young Consultant within the Involving Young People Collective, seeking to design and test new ways for the foundation to involve young people in their work, and improve their funding practice.

As a volunteer, Daniel has worked with Rethink Mental Illness to deliver projects in schools and colleges, as well as supporting The Listening Place as a listening volunteer.

Alongside Daniel’s role at NPC, he is also a trainee on the Charityworks fellowship programme.

Why I work for NPC

At NPC, I am excited to collaborate with colleagues and work with inspiring organisations, to support them in having a far-reaching impact on the social sector.

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