Allison Ogden-Newton

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"As Chief Executive of World Child Cancer the charity providing cancer treatment for children in Africa and other low income countries and as Chair of the Transition Institute, the platform for social spin-out services, Visiting Fellow of Northampton University, Deputy Chair of The National Migraine Centre and board member of the Central Ballet School, a mum and an award winning gardener, I spend my days with politicians, doctors, business leaders, social change mavericks, school mums and soil covered septuagenarians. I also write for the Guardian." [1]

Allison Ogden-Newton is the former Chief Executive of Social Enterprise London. "Allison has successfully promoted social enterprise to a wide spectrum of London's agencies and decision makers, raising awareness and creating a community of support through effective networking and developing strong strategic partnerships. Whilst at SEL, Allison has worked to increase the understanding and implementation for social enterprise, particularly in the delivery of public services, social accounting, and business support. Allison is a member of the Government's Women's Enterprise Taskforce and the Building Stronger Communities Taskforce. She is Deputy Chair of ACEVO, and sits on a number of social enterprise Boards including the London Migraine Centre and the Council of the Social Enterprise Coalition." [2]

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