Kim Gray Development Assistant
Kim is a French and Italian graduate of the University of Bristol. After graduating she spent time in Greece, working with a community centre and shelter for refugees and asylum seekers, with a focus on single women, mothers and children. Since returning Kim has helped create Dear Friend, a project that connects people through the reading and writing of handwritten letters. Kim brings a passion for creativity, pom-poms and googly eyes to the iOi.
Damian Griffiths Director of Finance and Enterprise (part-time)
Since qualifying as a Chartered Accountant at the London office of EY, Damian spent over 10 years as a director of innovation firm, New Solutions. Following this, he engaged with a number of growing businesses in the creative and consulting sectors, taking a particular interest in organisations with a purpose beyond profit.
Jess Joyson Imagination Lab Manager (maternity cover)
Joining us from Teach First, Jess has ample experience in child and adult education. Prior to Teach First, Jess was a secondary school teacher and a learning assistant in a cultural organisation. She champions educational equality both in and out of the classroom, and is currently studying for her Masters in Leadership in Education at UCL Institute of Education.
Anna Quayle Development Manager (part-time)
Anna is a major gift fundraiser who has worked part-time in iOi’s development team since 2014. She worked in the NSPCC Core Donor team before becoming Head of Volunteer Board Fundraising during the £250m FULL STOP Appeal. Anna previously worked for the Giving Campaign, promoting tax-effective philanthropy within the UK. She took a break from the voluntary sector whilst growing a family and now all three of her children love attending iOi events!
Kathryn Wilson Team Operations Manager
Previously Assistant to the Director at the Foundling Museum and a trainee at the City of London Festival, Kathryn has excellent administration and project management skills. A graduate of UCL, she has also completed a Masters in History of Art at Birkbeck University.
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