TSIC is a global consulting network headquartered in London, with offices in Hong Kong, Italy, the Ivory Coast and Qatar. Our network is intentionally selected for their wealth of experience from diverse disciplines, geographies and sectors, all dedicated to helping create a more purpose-driven society.
Bonnie is the Managing Director of The Social Investment Consultancy (TSIC), a global advisory firm specialised in social impact measurement and social investment strategies. Her clients include Tata Consultancy Services, British Council and UNICEF. She is also the Founder of Lensational, an award-winning social enterprise which provides storytelling and photography training to marginalised women and girls in 23 countries and provides platforms to sell their work, and partners with corporates including American Eagle Outfitters, Standard Chartered Bank and Colgate.
Bonnie is a Forbes Senior Contributor writing on gender and diversity, and has been invited to speak in over 18 countries and by corporates about social entrepreneurship and social impact. She has received multiple accolades for her work, named Asia21 Young Leader by Asia Society, a Forbes 30 Under 30 Social Entrepreneur, and winning the Young Achiever of the Asian Women of Achievement Awards.
She has recently been appointed to join the Board of LHA London, which owns 12 hostels across London for young people with a £230m property portfolio and provides £500k in grants every year. She also serves on the Expert Review Committee of World Benchmarking Alliance’s Gender Benchmark, and as a non-Executive Director of City to Sea, a social enterprise committed to ending plastics solutions. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration in Global Business Studies (with First Honours) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and a Master in International Relations from the London School of Economics. Born and raised in Hong Kong, she has also lived in Pakistan, Singapore, the United States, Denmark, Germany. She is now based in London, the United Kingdom.
Leesa has 20 years’ experience in corporate social responsibility (CSR), sustainability and philanthropy, as well as business transformation and communications. Working with a myriad of companies ranging from FTSE500 to privately owned global businesses, Leesa has a sustained track record of delivering value – strategic planning and implementation, project development and mobilisation – integrating economic, environmental and social impacts for profitability and organisation improvement. She developed and mobilised several high profile initiatives including the Responsible Business Awards (UK) and a US$1 million Prize for Sustainability (Global). Leesa regularly authors and publishes articles in the Huff Post, Philanthropy Impact, City Philanthropy, Institute for Family Business and featured in The Economist. Leesa sits on the Advisory Board for OneSqin, is a Mentor with the Cherie Blair Foundation for Women and an accredited Coach.
An access advisor, co ordinator extraordinaire, creative practitioner, public speaker, a content writer, secretary of NUJ LIBNM branch. She has written for Media Diversified. She was on the British Council Disability Advisory Panel and a NAWO trustee, and previously Publicity Chair for EVA London Conference. She is on the web communications team of the International Network of Women with Disabilities, Co founder of #cripthevoteUK and Greenwich DPAC. A Clore Social Leadership Fellow. Metro GAD, vice chair.
Sally is Finance Manager of TSIC and has worked as an accountant in the charity sector for over ten years. Prior to TSIC she worked for Women Living Under Muslim Laws, The Foundling Museum and Parenting UK.
She is a Member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants and started her career at KPMG in 1977.
Navin most recently worked as Chief Executive of Care Innovation Hub, an incubator seeking to improve how social care is delivered in the UK in collaboration with the Department of Health and Social Care and care providers including Hallmark Care Homes, Home Instead and many more. Prior to that, he set up CYE-CYL (Change Your Energy, Change Your Life), a charity supported by the Chief Minister of Gibraltar and large corporations including EY, Gibtelecom and more. The charity focusses on empowering young people to live with confidence, drive and ambition through training and development programmes. Prior, Navin spent about ten years in the corporate sector across various industries, focussing on business development, project management, growth strategy and improving operational effectiveness to create lasting change. Navin comes from an academic background in Psychology and is a Volunteer Counsellor at Kairos+.
Auréliane completed a BA in Social Anthropology from the University of Fribourg (Switzerland) and a Masters in Human Rights at University College London, where she also undertook a course on statistics and research methods at their Centre for Applied Statistics. She has strong qualitative and quantitative research skills and her research experience included, for instance, refugee rights in Germany and the Roma community in Romania.
Prior to joining TSIC, she also worked in the documentary film industry and NGO sector in Germany and for the Friedrich-Ebert Foundation in Tunisia, with a specific focus on women’s empowerment as well as refugee rights. With a strong interest in the ethics of technology and how it can be used for social innovation, she is currently expanding her knowledge in web development.
Originally from Switzerland, Aureliane has lived in four countries. She is fluent in French, English, German, and is currently learning Arabic.
Yu-Shan is a Consultant at TSIC, supporting clients on business and growth strategies, and social impact measurement. Prior to joining TSIC, she has worked in management consulting at KPMG Taiwan, where she advised social enterprises in sectors ranging from children and young people to sustainable agriculture, on market research, corporate partnership and organisational design. She also led KPMG Singapore’s first project on social innovation business models, during which she advised 9 social enterprises with her skills in business planning, design thinking, and workshop delivery.
Her experience and education have enabled her to attain a diversified skill set. She holds a BA in Foreign Languages and Literatures with a minor in communication and development in sustainability from National Taiwan University, and a MSc in Management with a specialisation in finance at Imperial College London. Aiming to drive data-driven impact, she is now honing skills in data analysis and visualisation.
Before her master’s degree in the UK, she travelled across Southeast and East Asia to understand social innovation ecosystem by visiting 7 countries and interviewing 26 organisations, including entrepreneurs, incubators/accelerators, and impact investors. Committed to cultivating talent for the social sector, she had served as the Vice President of Social Impact & Responsible Business Club at Imperial College Business School and an Advisor at 180 Degrees Consulting.
Manprit Vig joins TSIC as an Associate, advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion approaches to mobilise true impact investing by working inwards from the margins to improve society as a whole. He advocates the value of lived experience, amplification of the user voice, and supports the leadership of experts by experience.
Manprit brings valuable insight of lived experience coupled with his practitioner-lens supporting marginalised people to inform how capital can be better directed to those most underserved. Over the last decade he has developed widespread experience delivering frontline services across the housing, not-for-profit and humanitarian sectors. During that time, he has worked with people often facing multiple and complexed range of vulnerabilities such as gender inequalities, racial injustice, mental ill-health; domestic violence; older people; care system leavers; ex-offenders; substance misuse and orphaned children.
Before joining TSIC, Manprit has achieved professional development in the social investment and philanthropic sectors through the class diversity 2027 Associate Programme hosted at Big Society Capital, UK’s leading social impact investor.
He currently leads on the ‘Addressing Imbalance’ strand of work as DE&I Engagement Specialist for Good Finance, a collaborative project to help improve access to information on social investment for charities and social enterprises. He is also an advisor to the Women in Safe Homes Grant Programme and continues to develop innovative thinking for philanthropy to catalyse social change though the Grant Givers’ Programme. As Integr8 UK’s Relationship Director, he leads on developing a supportive network to widen their reach and deepen the impact of enabling individuals and enriches communities.”
Lucy is a communications and office management professional with over 15 years of experience in comms, PR, Social Media, and admin. She studied a Product Management degree in London and started her career in consumer PR promoting big brands such as Skoda and Weetabix. Since then, she has transitioned into the third sector, helping businesses with a purpose and charities to organise and market themselves. She has a strong set of social values and is very happy to be working with TSIC.
Kyrus is the Head of Development in Greater China region. He has extensive experience in organization development, operations management, volunteer management, international development, and humanitarian.
Kyrus has devoted to the humanitarian movement for more than 15 years. He has worked on organization development for IFRC East Asia office previously, and still being an active volunteer leader in Hong Kong Red Cross. He was elected as East Asia representative in the Asia Pacific Youth Network of the IFRC from 2009 to 2014. He is now a member of Council of the Hong Kong Red Cross. Besides humanitarian, he has also worked for a leading workspace and community for start-ups, so he knows well how to integrate the new start-up elements into a traditional business. Furthermore, Kyrus is appointed as a member of the Human Resources Planning Commission, the Youth Development Commission, the Consultation Panel of West Kowloon Cultural District Authority and the Consumer Council by the Hong Kong SAR Government.
Richard is the director and founder of Social et al. Limited, a boutique consulting firm specialised in social innovation. Before starting his own venture, Richard was the Deputy Head of HKCSS-HSBC Social Enterprise Business Centre (SEBC), a resource centre under the Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS) to advance social entrepreneurship and mobilize social innovation. Prior to joining HKCSS, Richard worked in WebOrganic as Senior Manager of Marketing specialising in digital inclusion; Microsoft Hong Kong as Community Affairs Program Specialist.
Richard is an MBA graduate of The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology and an alumnus of London Business School. He received his Bachelor degree in Communication and Media Management, and was being awarded the University Medal from the University of South Australia.
Dr. Norah Wang
Dr. Norah Wang is an interdisciplinary researcher and has had Ph.D. (Chinese Academy of Sciences) and Post-docs (The University of Hong Kong) training in organizational behavior, social policy, and public administration. Dr. Wang was a (Research) Assistant Professor at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University the Department of Applied Social Sciences, and now an Associate at the Cambridge Centre for Social Innovation. Her research focuses on the organization of social innovation, particularly social entrepreneurship, community commons and public economies, and ecosystem building. Norah also provides impact analytics for policies and service programs. She has worked with the Hong Kong Institute of Social Impact Analysts (HKI-SIA) providing SROI analytics for the Efficiency Unit’s Central Benefits System and the Hong Kong Housing Society’s Aging-in-Place programme. Her analytics were replicated by HKU Sau Po Centre on Aging in the continuing work for Housing Society.
Fabienne Ntwa Antieme
Fabienne has been working for BNP Paribas in Paris as a Financial Manager. At the same time, she provided technical support to charities and social ventures through professional skills-based volunteering. She also supported micro-finance institutions and impact investors in developing countries to scale up their social impact and secure their financial return. She felt that she wanted to do more and changed her career to become an Impact Investment Manager in London.
She decided to launch the TSIC franchise in the Ivory Coast in order to sustain and promote the development of Small & Medium Enterprises in the region of West Africa. She truly believes that social ventures are one of the main enablers for empowering job creation in Africa and fight against poverty. Fabienne has a Master’s Degree in Accounting and Auditing from Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium).
Sarah – Jane Danchie
Sarah – Jane Danchie is leading TSIC’s Ghana country program and supporting the Managing Director to establish TSIC’s work in Africa and TSIC’s global agenda on diversity and inclusion.
Sarah brings 15 years of experience on sustainable development issues working at the international, regional and community level with several clients such as governments, international companies and international philanthropic organizations mainly operating across about 20 African countries. An overview of her skills and experience includes policy analysis, strategy design, business and industry environment analysis and reform, impact measurement and public and private sector policy design and implementation.
Sarah began her career working with the Commonwealth, working on member countries in almost every region in the world – Africa, Asia, Europe, the Pacific, Americas and especially small and vulnerable economies in the Caribbean. She researched on various issues such as challenges of emerging economies in the international trade arena, climate change, urban development and international debt.
Before joining TSIC she was working with the African Center for Economic Transformation (ACET), a pan African economic policy institution based in Ghana. She managed ACET’s Extractives program which focused on research and advisory on improving local and socio- economic impacts of mining, oil and gas projects in a range of African countries. She also managed research and advisory projects on China-Africa investments, infrastructure, agriculture, international trade, national planning and public financial management.
Sarah supports initiatives which promote girls and women in STEM education and related careers. She also has a passion for youth and gender empowerment programs and facilitating the transition from school to work.
Sarah holds an MSc and BSc both majoring in Economics from the University of London’s School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS) and Queen Mary College respectively.
An experienced sustainability consultant, a business mentor and a business management faculty. He has been involved in mentoring social business in MENA, India and Africa with Cherie Blair Foundation and Mowgli Foundation. He is managing social impact assessment projects for funding organization in the GCC region.
Salam led projects in social impact and social innovation in the GCC, Jordan and East Africa.
He is also spearheading the efforts in building the Arabic Social Impact Council.
Salam has dual degrees in Engineering (B.Sc.) and Business Administration (BA) and holds a Global MBA degree in International Business and a Green MBA Certificate from Japan. Part of his PhD. research had been published in the book “Inclusive Innovations for Sustainable Development”
Salam is a member of ISDRS (International Sustainable Development Research Society) and Social Value International (SVI) . And now heading the efforts to build the Social value Arabia (SVA). He was awarded the Social Impact Excellence Award in 2018 by the CSR Regional network.
Pooja is leading the TSIC Business in India. She has over 10 years experience in the field of Social Research and Consulting. Over the course of her career, she has specialized in Stakeholder Engagement and has undertaken innumerable consultations with not-for-profits, civil society, Government organizations and multi lateral and bilateral agencies. She has experience working with Foundations and NGOs for their strategy development and programme evaluations. She has expertise in ESG safeguards having worked in numerous environmental and social due diligence and impact assessments for Corporates and International institutions such as IFC, World Bank, ADB and EIB.
She has an MSc in Public Policy from University of London and an MBA in Rural Management from Xavier Institute of Management Bhubaneswar. She has a keen interest in International Development and believes social innovation and social enterprises are crucial to change making. India has a long way to go in achieving the SDG Goals and improving the Human Development Index, by associating with TSIC she aims to lend strategic support to Corporates, Donors, NGOs and Social Enterprises to maximize positive social outcomes.
Lucía Urrieta Chávez
Lucía is an analyst at TSIC. Prior to this, she worked as a content project manager at the agency Auditoire, where she conducted research and curated content for international conferences on education, youth, and women’s empowerment. She has seven years’ experience in social development and education, working in organisations in Mexico and France, including the UN ECLAC, the Orange Foundation, and the non-profit Les Petits Riens. This last experience led her to become a UN Local Pathways Fellow, aiming to localise the Sustainable Development Goals in Paris. She is now a mentor for current fellows championing sustainable cities.
During the pandemic, Lucía started volunteering at now-u, a non-profit app for civic action. She currently heads its campaigns team and contributes to the start up’s strategy.
Lucía holds a BA in International Relations for the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico (ITAM) and a master’s degree in international development from Sciences Po Paris. Originally from Mexico, she is fluent in Spanish, English, French and dabbles in Russian.
Prior to joining TSIC, Gabriele worked for Tutors United, a social enterprise dedicated to closing the attainment gap among primary school pupils in the UK, where she was responsible for tutor recruitment, development, and developing a tutor-specific impact framework. She has also completed an internship with another social enterprise, Insight For Good, where she worked on SDG-specific research and project management.
She holds an MSc degree in Clinical Psychology from Vilnius University, Lithuania, and brings in a wealth of experience in mental health, research, non-formal education and empowering young people both in the UK and in Europe. She now lives in London, UK
Claire has worked in the social sector for twelve years, eleven of which have been as a consultant, supporting clients with research and analysis, monitoring and evaluation and strategy development. During this time she has worked with a wide range of organisations in both the UK and those focused on international development globally, running research in a variety of contexts, developing Theories of Change and evaluation frameworks, designing tools and systems, collecting and analysing qualitative and quantitative data and communicating findings to stakeholders, whether these be funders, beneficiaries or the broader sector.
Prior to becoming an independent consultant in March 2017, she was the Managing Director of TSIC and the Managing Director of Ten Years’ Time, a philanthropy advisory firm specialising in systemic change grant-making.
She has an MA from SOAS and a BA from the University of Newcastle.