Through measuring and evaluating impact, designing strategy and delivering organisational change, Robin Brady guides and supports Social Impact Organisations to improve the effect they have on the social fabric of communities and the wellbeing of individuals and families. From managing capital funding programmes for Arts Council England to running a successful Social Impact consultancy, Robin’s journey is proof positive that staying curious and passionate about making a difference can change the way the world works. Today Robin helps organisations around the world to identify and understand the social impact of their programmes, and use that learning to create better programmes, interventions, business strategies to improve impact.
Robin works with a wide range of clients, from international development and humanitarian agencies such as Concern Worldwide, Leonard Cheshire Disability and Plan International, animal welfare agencies such as The Donkey Sanctuary and The Brooke, cybersecurity and anti-trafficking agencies such as Get Safe Online and STOP THE TRAFFIK. Robin also works with infrastructure support organisations such as Philanthropy Impact and The Resource Alliance and other medium-sized organisations such as The Prince’s Countryside Fund, Integrity Action and Ethical Trading Initiative. Robin has also worked with housing associations such as Clarion, and small local agencies such as Citizens Advice Wandsworth, Pan Arts, Blackfield Creatives, and Music and Theatre for All.
Robin holds a BA(Hons) from the University of the Witwatersrand. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a member of Social Value UK and Social Value International, the UK Evaluation Society, The Experience Network, the Chartered Institute of Fundraising and listed in Who’s Who. In 2019 Robin completed a Voluntary Evaluator Peer Review through the UK Evaluation Society to confirm his competency as an evaluator according to the Framework of Evaluation Capabilities.
Robin has significant experience of delivering evaluations, M&E systems and business strategies in a multitude of settings across three continents. Robin’s work covers organisational development, capacity building and programme performance; and thematic programming covering gender, young people, disability, poverty reduction, community mobilisation, advocacy, animal welfare and livelihoods. A strong communicator and facilitator with people at all levels, Robin has a keen analytical ability.