Selinger Consultants aims to provide charities and not-for-profit organisations with support to ensure financial sustainability.
Whether that’s through creating or revitalising a strategy, getting hands on with income generation activities or providing interim management support – we can help.
Leah has over 16 years’ experience as a fundraiser and senior manager in the voluntary sector where she has worked in and with charities to be more effective through a combination of support services covering governance, strategy, income generation and execution.
Her consulting work specialises in fundraising and strategic planning and includes support to a range of local and national charities and social enterprises – both generating income directly and advising senior staff on related matters.
Since March 2012, Leah has worked with a range of local and national charities and social enterprises. Prior to starting Selinger Consultants, she held the post of Director of Fundraising and New Business at Youth Music, kick-starting their fundraising activity. From 2004 to 2011, Leah worked at Fairbridge, a youth development charity, in a number of roles, finally leaving the charity after three and a half years as Director of Fundraising.
Leah’s main areas of interest lies with organisations supporting young people and/or using the arts as a tool for social development.
A strategic thinker, who is practiced at developing and implementing innovative and creative solutions, Leah has a talent of understanding an organisation quickly in order to identify, and address any challenges. Leah has the skills to gain the trust and support of those around her whilst keeping an overview of the big picture, and ensuring that targets, objectives and core needs are met for the organisation.
NCVO, Senior Consultant (Associate)
The Henderson Hub, Trustee
Tanners Wood JMI School, Parent Governor
Foundation for Social Improvement - Advice Hub, Charity Advisor
Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts (FRSA),
Member of the Management Development Network
Member of the Institute of Fundraising
As co-Founder of Switchback, Slaney Wright spent eight years developing a well-respected, and highly effective charity from scratch. She has extensive experience in delivering a range successful inner-city projects for young people in the UK and South America, and combines a strong fundraising track record with an understanding of how to address the real challenges of running an organisation. Slaney’s areas of expertise include fundraising (trusts and major donors), resource management and strategic planning.
Richard is an experienced senior manager with a strong track record of strategic and operational excellence in the charitable and cultural sectors. He has led the fundraising team at four national charities, and has experience of policy and communications work. His key strengths lie in income generation, governance and strategic planning.