Kids Company chief executive kicks off charity talks series

Camila Batmanghelidjh will discuss her leadership style in the first of six charity talks.

Batmangelidjh, chief executive of Kids Company, will begin the series of talks, which are organised by Cass Business School's Centre for Charity Effectiveness, on 3 December.

Other highlights include a discussion on building major donor support on 4 February by Simon Morris, chief executive of Jewish Care and Jeff Shear, CEO of Solid Management.

In a speech on 25 March, Mahmood Hassan will explain how he led Islamic Aid from a £6,000 start-up to an organisation with £12m from 54,000 donors.

The last series of talks attracted 500 people from 232 organisations.

Professor Ian Bruce, director of the Centre for Charity Effectiveness, said the series appeals to people because it serves diverse interests.

"Our talks are for people at all levels of an organisation," he said. "It's a wide-ranging, exciting opportunity."

The events cost £20 per talk or £95 for the entire series. All events will be held at Cass Business School in London and start at 6:00 pm.

The full schedule is available here.

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