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Dan Corry is to step down as CEO of NPC

21 May 2024 2 minute read

After almost 13 years’ service Dan Corry is to step down as CEO of NPC.

Dan has achieved an enormous amount whilst at NPC.

He has, amongst other things, established NPC as the leading voice in improving impact for the social sector, has driven thought leadership for the sector, strengthened the consultancy team and offering, built NPC’s reputation for policy, think tank and comms work, established strong relationships across the sector and beyond and established the convening power of NPC in bringing different sectors together to address common issues.

The Trustees are extremely grateful for his hard work and substantial achievements.

Dan’s intention is to step down at the end of October and after NPC’s annual conference, NPC Ignites.

Dan Corry says:

After almost 13 fine years leading NPC, it is time for me to leave and pass on the baton. It’s been an exciting time with so many great achievements working with some fabulous staff as well as steering NPC through periods of austerity, Covid and the cost of living crunch. I am extremely pleased that NPC is firmly on the map undertaking great work to increase the impact of the non-profit sector as a consultancy and a think tank, and increasingly moving into other areas like impact investing and corporate social impact.

My departure will, I hope and anticipate, provide an exciting opportunity for a new leader to take forward NPC’s mission and strategy, as the think tank and consultancy for the social sector, helping charities, foundations, philanthropists, impact investors, social enterprises, businesses, and the public sector to maximise social impact in the lives of the people they serve.

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