Jasmine Birmingham

Jasmine is a Researcher in NPC’s Research and Consulting team, helping funders and charities to measure and achieve impact.

She has worked across numerous projects, ranging from grant management to evaluation. Jasmine has considerable experience in theory of change projects, and recently assisted the development of four parallel theories of change and corresponding measurement tools, to align with a client’s refreshed strategy. Jasmine has also led work on NPC’s own impact to facilitate our internal development. She also works with the US-based MacArthur Foundation as part of the multi-year evaluation of their impact investing initiative aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals. Jasmine is particularly interested in the environment, international development, and health.

Before joining NPC, Jasmine completed an MSc in Health and International Development at the London School of Economics. As part of the course, Jasmine worked with the World Health Organisation on a research project to investigate the association between macroeconomic policies implemented during Covid-19 and maternal, new-born, and child health. Prior to that she worked as a Funding Officer at the National Lottery Community Fund to deliver emergency grants to charities during the initial stages of the pandemic. Jasmine has also previously worked at the Royal National Lifeboat Institute in their fundraising team.

Why I work for NPC

I’m driven by wanting to make a positive difference in the world and working at NPC allows me to do just that. This role also provides me with the opportunity to learn from like-minded individuals and gain experience from a variety of interesting projects

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