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Sini Rinne-Kerridge

Lead Consultant, Strategy

Sini specialises in strategy and evaluation. She can help you strengthen your strategy, evaluate your impact and make a bigger difference.

Sini joined NCVO in 2017. She has over 20 years of consultancy experience. She specialises in strategy and organisational development, impact planning, and evaluation.

Before joining us Sini worked for a policy consultancy. She led the consultancy’s third sector portfolio, specialising in public sector partnerships and equity, diversity and inclusion.

Sini is interested in helping organisations to articulate their priorities through a theory of change. She’s also experienced in developing strategic processes and performance monitoring frameworks, and evaluating the impact of policy, advocacy and campaigning work.

Sini is an advisory panel member for What Works Centre for Wellbeing and part of an organising committee for a local fun run. She also led the development and implementation of our anti-oppressive consultancy principles (pdf, 98KB).

Areas of expertise

  • Strategy development
  • Impact planning
  • Systems change
  • Organisational change and development
  • Equity, diversity and inclusion
  • Performance monitoring
  • Impact and evaluation training

Sini's clients have included

  • Keep Britain Tidy: Supporting the development of a new five-year strategy built on internal and external evidence.
  • Amnesty International UK: Developing a strategic approach to protect human rights in the UK.
  • Chartered Institute of Library and Information Professionals (CILIP): Facilitating a process to develop a business plan for their new five-year strategy.
  • The Finnish Institute in the UK and Ireland: Helping to articulate their theory of change and organisational story.
  • Birthrights: Reviewing their strategy and theory of change, and co-creating a proportional evaluation model for the future.
  • Blood Cancer UK: Evaluating new content on their website aimed at helping people living with or beyond blood cancer to ‘live well’.
  • Macmillan Cancer Research: Evaluating a number of programmes including an expansion project for a mobile information service and a programme to improve cancer services across west Norfolk.

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