Alison Pavier is a freelance fundraising consultant who works with the RPS to develop its case for support and attract new supporters. She has a degree in English Literature from London University and spent two years working in New York before joining the charitable sector.
Alison now has over 20 years experience in charities, having led corporate and major donor fundraising at Save the Children and as Director of Development at the British Library.
As a consultant, Alison has worked with a wide range of charities and cultural organisations and most enjoys transferring great ideas and approaches from one sector to another.
Alison is a Trustee of Jessie May, a children’s palliative care charity. Alas, only her mother really enjoys listening to her playing the piano.
DID YOU KNOW?
Voting for the RPS Gold Medal is still carried out using the original 19th century yes/no voting box.