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Dr. Diana Leat
Dr. Diana Leat is currently a Visiting Professor at Cass Business School, London and at the Centre for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Studies, QUT Brisbane Australia.
Diana has worked with the Carnegie Trust in the UK developing a consortium of social justice oriented foundations, the first research centre for philanthropy in the UK (CGAP), and compiling a series of case studies on social change philanthropy.
is the author of over 100 articles and books on the non-profit sector and social policy, specialising in philanthropic foundations.
Diana is a trustee of the Diana, Princess of Wales Memorial Fund in the UK, and a member of the NCVO Advisory Council.
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Diana Leat, Visiting Professor at the Centre for Charity Effectiveness at Cass Business School and at the Centre for Philanthropy and Non-profit Studies at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane Australia
Carnegie UK Trust - Diana Leat: Director, Creative Philanthropy
Diana Leat: Director, Creative Philanthropy
...Diana Leat: Director, Creative Philanthropy
Staff Photo: Get original file (12KB) Diana is the Director of the Creative Philanthropy Programme.Prior to this, addition to academic appointments, Diana has been a consultant to various grantmaking foundations in the UK and Australia reviewing their policies and practices.Diana
has published extensively on the voluntary sector, foundations and social policy.
Lady Sarah McCorquodale (President) is the ...
Lady Sarah McCorquodale (President) is the eldest sister of Diana, Princess of Wales.
Leat is a well respected independent commentator and researcher on the UK and international voluntary sector.She has published extensively on the voluntary sector, foundations and social policy and has been a consultant to various grantmaking foundations reviewing their policies and practices.Diana has held various academic appointments including Visiting Professor at City University Business School and Senior Research Fellow at Deakin University, Australia.Nick Roseveare MBE was appointed as Oxfam's Humanitarian Director in December 2004, having worked in various roles within the organisation since 1988.
Between 1988 and 1997, he
lived and worked in a number of African countries experiencing, or in transition from conflict and was awarded the MBE in recognition of services to Mozambique between 1993 and 1997.Nick has been a board member of the international SPHERE Project in Geneva since 2000 and has been a member of the Fund's Grants, Advocacy and Strategic Development Committee since 2001.
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Diana Leat (Carnegie UK Trust)