Danielle Walker Palmour, Friends Provident Foundation

Danielle Walker Palmour headshot

Danielle is Director of the Friends Provident Foundation, and leads the team from their offices based in York.

Previously, Danielle held senior policy and research roles throughout the sector including the director of Policy and Practice Development at the Joseph Rowntree Foundation, head of policy of what is now The Big Lottery Fund and within the Commission for Racial Equality and the Law Society of England and Wales.

Danielle is currently a non-executive director at Big Society Capital and Civil Society Media amongst other voluntary sector appointments.

She has previously been a member of the Treasury’s Financial Inclusion Taskforce, the Financial Services Authority’s Financial Capability Steering Group and the Civil Society Advisory Body for the Cabinet Office.

I am delighted to be speaking at NPCIgnites as an opportunity to share our experiences of trying to maximise the impact of all our resources as well as reflect on the practices of others. NPCIgnites is a unique space that stimulates, challenges and inspires charities and non-profits committed to making a real difference

NPC Ignites conference session:

Panel discussion: How is the charity sector working creatively to achieve change?
In response to the challenges set out by our morning keynote our panellists in this session will discuss how the sector is finding ways to bring about social change. They will highlight innovative approaches and bold responses.