After a busy few months of recruitment the trustees have announced the new London based SIAA Manager, Ruth Whateley.
Organisational Statement Tuesday 4 September 2012 SIAA to announce new Manager SIAA’s Manager Claire Coulier will step down in early September 2012. SIAA will announce its new Manager in October 2012. Jeremy Nicholls, Chair of SIAA’s Board of Trustees, said: “Claire Coulier has guided SIAA from launch to its current strength and I thank her for building an excellent new organisation. We wish her the best of luck and look forward to announcing SIAA’s new appointment in September.” Claire Coulier said: “After a busy and hugely enjoyable 18 months building SIAA, I wish the organisation the very best for the
Three organisations have come together to establish the Social Impact Analysts (SIA) Association, a new international membership body designed to support the practice and profession of analysing not-for-profits, it was announced today. The founding partners of the SIA Association are New Philanthropy Capital (NPC), a UK-based charity think tank and consultancy, the Bertelsmann Foundation, a private foundation based in Germany, and the Adessium Foundation, a private foundation located in the Netherlands. The Association is expected to expand quickly as new members join.