Charity sector consultant with expertise in tech, transparency, international development and social justice
Loren is a senior charity sector consultant that supports charities to amplify their impact through strategy development, communications, stakeholder engagement and impact measurement. Clients have included Comic Relief, ONE Campaign, Cambridge University, World Health Organization, Yoti, Al Jazeera, CNN and OpenOwnership. She was Executive of Indigo Trust, a UK based grant making organisation which funds organisations in sub-Saharan Africa which use digital technologies to improve transparency and accountability in Africa for eight years. She has extensive expertise in international development, transparency and accountability, entrepreneurship/innovation, health and the use of new technologies to stimulate social change. Loren holds a PhD from Cambridge University. She was recognized as one of 2014’s Powerful Women to Watch in the Huffington Post and publishes extensively in the international Press including the BBC, Al Jazeera, the Guardian and CNN. Her published work can be found here: https://www.clippings.me/users/lorentreisman. Before her role at Indigo Trust, Loren held various senior positions in the third sector including a role as a research associate at Demos, managing a £2.6 million health and well-being programme for the Foyer Federation and working as both a consultant and employee on a range of international development programmes across sub-Saharan Africa. She regularly speaks and facilitates sessions at international conferences and has worked and travelled extensively in sub-Saharan Africa.