Alumni Profile: Scott Greenhalgh

Scott GreenhalghScott Greenhalgh (MSc in Evidence-Based Social Intervention and Policy Evaluation, 2015) is a social impact investor. He believes in both the responsibility and power of business to contribute positively to social and environmental challenges.

Scott is currently working with a number of mission-driven entrepreneurs to help grow their businesses and deliver greater positive social impact. He was formerly Executive Chairman of Bridges Evergreen, the UK’s first long-term investment vehicle for social impact investing and led this fund from inception until earlier this year. His background is in private equity.

Scott is a former England Committee member of the Big Lottery Fund (now National Lottery Community Fund) where he oversaw A Better Start, a £210m grant programme focused on tackling disadvantage in the early years.

He chaired the Royal Foundation’s Early Years Steering Group on behalf of HRH The Duchess of Cambridge. He is a Trustee of the London Community Foundation and Outside In.

Contact: esgreenhalgh@gmail.com


🥇The college is proud to have achieved a Green Impact ‘Beyond Gold’ award for the second year running at the annual Vice-Chancellor’s Sustainability Awards! 🏆

Domestic Bursar Teresa Strike said ‘This award is recognition for the efforts across the whole college community including staff, fellows and our students!’ 👏👏👏
A beautiful afternoon in college! ☀️
Celebrating inspirational women in our community!

Hannah Sale, Catering Supervisor has been at the heart and soul of the college catering team for many years and has interacted with generations of students and other college members at the hub of the community. 

She has played a pivotal role in developing and maintaining the college's excellent hospitality reputation and creating a welcoming environment for all.
📸Congratulations to @jarnachphotography who won the Green Templeton Photography Competition 2024!

This year's theme was 'peace' and the judges chose this image as they felt the photographer captured this calm protest for peace beautifully.

🌠Check the link in our bio to see the honorable mentions!
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