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Our team

Alexandra Gough

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Alex has worked in People and Organisation Development for over 15 years, in both consultant and senior manager positions in charitable organisations; most recently 4 years at Save the Children where she significantly developed the size, scope and strategic direction of humanitarian capacity building.


Alex focuses on team and organisation development; current clients include humanitarian response, peace building and human rights organisations and health charities. She works with senior managers at individual and team levels and across organisations drawing on number of approaches including reflective practice, coaching, Appreciative Inquiry, Process Consultancy and systems thinking and Human Systems Dynamics.


Alex holds a MSc in Education Training and Development of Adults, a Grad Cert in OD Practice at Roffey Park with a focus on psychological resilience in humanitarian teams, she is certified in using the Hogan suite of leadership assessments and is a Human Systems Dynamics (HSD) associate.

Beverley Duckworth

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Beverley is a highly skilled facilitator and organisational strategist with nearly thirty years’ experience of working with non-governmental organisations, networks and coalitions, which includes several years leading departments at senior management level. Beverley has conducted strategic reviews for organisations, networks and coalitions of many shapes and sizes, and has facilitated a wide range of strategy, planning and creative away days.


Drawing on her extensive experience in the sector and her strong facilitation skills, Beverley skilfully steers participants and organisations towards clear outcomes and strategies which people feel ownership of.


Before becoming a consultant, Beverley developed and managed award winning campaigns and built up extensive experience of working with advocacy coalitions and networks both in the UK and internationally. She has a Masters Degree in Gender and Development and is a Board member of the Gender and Development Network (UK).

Will Campbell


Will worked for 15 years as a practitioner, researcher and consultant in international humanitarian and development programmes, focusing on famine response, livelihood security and HIV/AIDS. He also managed the Africa regional support team in the headquarters of a major international NGO. Since 2003 he has worked as an organisation development consultant to social justice organisations in the UK and internationally. He has provided facilitation services to teams in more than 50 countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Asia and Central America. 


Among his recent clients are IPPF, Plan International, Concern Worldwide, ARTICLE 19 and the International Rescue Committee. In the UK, he has worked with the Alzheimer’s Society, the National Autistic Society and NSPCC. 


Will has a Masters Degree in Development Studies from the Institute of Development Studies at the University of Sussex. He is a certified mediator with the London School of Mediation and is currently writing his first book on strategy. 

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