Fatima Asif

Fatima is part of NPC’s Research and Consulting team. She is currently working with a range of funders and charities to improve their effectiveness. This includes working with clients to understand, measure and communicate their impact, in addition to carrying out research and due diligence on foundations and trusts.

Alongside her work, she is participating in the 2027 programme which is a collaboration between five of the UK’s ground-breaking social change organisations and leaders. The programme aims to fundamentally transform the expertise available in the sector by bringing diverse talent with lived experience into decision-making roles in the not-for-profit sector.

Fatima is a trustee for St Giles-in-the-Fields and Bloomsbury United Charity where she provides oversight for the charity’s finance operations and grant making.

Prior to joining NPC, Fatima managed client relationships at BlackRock Investment Management where she was responsible for developing and maintaining relationships with insurance companies in the UK, Nordics and Bermuda. Fatima graduated with a BEng in Biochemical Engineering in 2014 from University College London (UCL).

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I am excited to be part of an organisation influencing change in the philanthropic sector. NPC’s ability to learn and translate that learning into action rapidly in the ever-changing world is truly inspiring.

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