Kieran manages Good Finance, a website and digital design project helping to improve access to information on social investment for charities and social enterprises. Prior to this, he was on the communications team at Big Society Capital where he managed their digital channels, including the website, social media and marketing.
After graduating with a degree in Political Economy from the University of Birmingham, Kieran worked for a start-up company specialising in recruiting graduates into fast-growing small and medium-sized enterprises.
He also has experience interning for a PR agency, volunteering for Amnesty International and supporting consultants in the implementation of microfinance projects for Concern Worldwide in Zimbabwe.
The general election is approaching. As campaigning intensifies, attention is shifting back to local constituencies. For social investment to maintain its support, it needs to be able to show how it is making an impact on the ground in constituencies across the country. And it needs key decision-makers, like MPs, to know how and where it is making a difference. New data we’ve obtained suggests that there are already 70 different constituencies across the country benefitting as a result of our social investments - so there’s a story to be told.