Margery is a senior consultant in the research and consulting team, supporting charities and funders to maximise their impact. Since joining NPC, she has supported the Stone Family Foundation’s grant-making in Mental Health and Disadvantaged Youth, provided effective philanthropy support for corporate clients, and helped charities to improve their strategies. She is particularly interested in the experiences of people facing multiple disadvantage, and is part of NPC’s homelessness team researching connections between homelessness and the criminal justice system.
Before joining NPC, Margery worked for management consultancy Oliver Wyman, where she focused on organisational effectiveness and culture change. As well as work with commercial clients, she provided strategic advice to charities as part of the firm’s social impact programme. This included supporting Leap Confronting Conflict to examine their use of digital tools, and a project in sub-Saharan Africa supporting Riders for Health refine and expand a sustainable leasing programme for healthcare vehicles.
Why I work at NPC
The opportunity to influence thinking in the charity sector—whilst working with outstanding colleagues—is unmatched.
A snapshot of my work at NPC
Four tips to write a good theory of change
Connections between homelessness and the criminal justice system