Head of Project Design
Kate joined always possible in 2016 and is a specialist in process design, impact measurement and developing continuous learning methodology.
For over 25 years, Kate has supported a range of organisations from dotcom to toyshops, education to local government on systemising their approach to working, developing processes to improve efficiency and internal training programmes. She has held senior management roles in local government and the private sector.
Kate is a highly experienced community engagement specialist, evaluator and qualified teacher. She has project management expertise and has managed multidisciplinary, intergeneration cultural projects with multiple stakeholders and national funders.
Having worked with always possible since 2016, Kate has supported a wider range of clients to unpick their problems and develop their next steps. As Head of Project Design for always possible, Kate works closely with clients to understand the challenge they are setting us and develop a project approach that helps them get from A to B, builds on their strengths and enables them to measure their impact along the way.
Kate holds degrees from University of Nottingham, University of Brighton and Goldsmiths, University of London.
always possible client work
Some of Kate’s client work at always possible includes:
- Developing project and process design with Big Locals Together, Business Intellectual Property Centres in Sussex and Oxfordshire, Essex County Council.
- Impact frameworks and evaluations for Croydon City Council, Age UK West Sussex, Brighton & Hove, Primary Space, Fareshare Sussex.
- Market research with TOMTech, Audio Active, Photoworks.
- Developing continuous learning approaches to evaluation with QueenSpark Books, Little Green Pig, Into Games, Gender Action.
Favourite biscuit or sweet treat?
“Tunnock’s Tea Cake”