I am an effective systemic social change agent, entrepreneur, coach and campaigner. Since co-founding the Graduate Journal of Social Science whilst studying charisma and leadership in cults at the LSE (17 years ago), I have been interested in using innovation to tackle social justice. I have spent over 15 years working in the not-for-profit sector, helping larger charities build campaigning movements for positive change. After I undertook the Clore Social leadership programme in 2011, I retrained as a systemic coach and established my own social enterprise, the Social Change Agency. We take a non-sector specific approach to building movements for disruption, creating space for new innovation, stronger networks and resilient organisations. We work with a wide variety of organisations, bringing together talent and insight from a range of associates to solve social problems. In addition to my non-executive roles at the MS Society and do-it.org, I coach and mentor charities, social entrepreneurs and social change agents. I also do improv.