About us

Envoy Partnership is a social value and impact management consultancy. We empower our clients to measure, demonstrate and enhance their social, economic and environmental impact. We guide organisations through all aspects of their social value journey, delivering high-quality independent evaluations, SROI and social value analysis, and impact management support.

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Oliver Kempton, Partner

Oliver is a Partner and co-founder of Envoy Partnership. He leads the social value, impact evaluation, and training areas of Envoy’s work. Clients draw on Oliver’s extensive expertise in monitoring and evaluation practice, social value strategy, and techniques such as SROI and Social Impact Evaluation. His key work areas include the measurement and valuation of health and well-being, and using evaluation to help enhance decision making and project design.

Oliver is a Social Value UK-accredited trainer and SROI practitioner. He has trained over 1,000 people in social impact evaluation, and sits on the Social Value UK council and methodology committee. He has supported a wide range of organisations to measure their impact and social value.

Oliver is a visiting tutor in social impact evaluation at the Institute for Creative & Cultural Entrepreneurship at Goldsmiths College, University of London. He is also a governor at a federation of nursery schools in South London.

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Andy Gawin Warby, Partner

Andy is a Partner and co-founder of Envoy Partnership, and a Fellow of the Royal Society for Arts (RSA). He holds an Executive MBA (Cranfield University), and a Masters in Built Environment and Sustainable Heritage (UCL’s Bartlett School), accredited by the Royal Institute of Chartered Surveyors (RICS).

Andy has pioneered Envoy’s unique methodology to analysing social value and process effectiveness, to guide a diverse range of organisations in evidencing and managing their Impact. He leads Envoy’s work in health care and social prescribing, regeneration and construction, community investment, operational strategies, and procurement. He has sat on steering groups developing innovative models, including West London Clinical Commissioning Group, the Mayor of London, and the UK Green Building Council.

Andy has worked with numerous volunteering and community projects funded by Big Lottery and the National Lottery Heritage Fund, and he is a trustee of a disability cycling charity. He provides pro bono impact measurement and management guidance to small charities supporting BAME families and women’s rights.

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Rosie Maguire, Senior Associate

Rosie is a senior researcher with over a decade of experience in working with a range of stakeholders including local authorities, NHS organisations, the European Commission and national and local charities. She holds an MSc in Social Policy and Social Research at UCL’s Institute of Education, specialising in the use of qualitative methodologies in policy research, and a BSc in Mathematics with Statistics from the University of Manchester.

Rosie provides additional expertise in family services, early childhood development provision, and and community based wellbeing and psychological support. Her work also focuses on designing, implementing and evaluating innovative social programmes which are based on robust research.

She is a skilled researcher, combining the academic rigour of both qualitative and quantitative approaches with strong design skills to make research appropriate to real life contexts.

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Atiha Chaudry – Senior Associate / Director, Equal Access Consulting

Atiha has extensive health inequalities and socio-economic research expertise, as well as community and voluntary sector experience gained over 25 years of community work. Atiha has served in important civic and community roles, including as non-executive Lay member for patient and public engagement at Manchester Health Care Commissioning Board; Chair of Greater Manchester BAME Network; and Senior Associate for Manchester BME Network CIC. She was appointed in 2012 as Deputy Lieutenant to support the work of HM The Queen’s Lord Lieutenant of Greater Manchester .

Atiha provides expert guidance on health and wellbeing outcomes, and systems insight into process effectiveness of health and social care commissioning. She has worked on a range of projects, conducting outreach, qualitative field research, and engagement with particularly marginalised and vulnerable groups, as well as with commissioners, and health and care professionals. Her recent work has focused on health inequalities, BAME community leadership and engagement, and community consultation.

Atiha is passionate about the involvement and engagement of patients in high quality health and care provision. She is a champion for the principles of equality, diversity and inclusion in the design and delivery of services.

Lycia Harper, Senior Associate

Lycia has worked in change management, community investment, operations consultancy for not-for profits, and brand and public relations. She holds an MSc in Responsibility and Business Practice and a BSc in Physics, and is a Fellow of the Schumacher Institute. She is also a member respectively of the Association of Sustainability Practitioners, and of the International Systemic Constellations Association.

Lycia is an organisational development consultant specialising in sustainability and change. She helps people develop ‘system sight’ – greater awareness of the dynamics of the social systems of which they form a part and how to intervene for the greatest impact. In simple terms, she helps people transform their teams and organisations and the impact of their programmes.

Lycia works with not-for-profits, civil society and commercial organisations and brings experience of a wide range of industries and contexts. An experienced facilitator, systemic coach and project manager, Lycia’s practice is based on complexity science combined with systemic constellations, an empirical facilitation practice concerned with how human systems flow and flourish.