Andrew Caveney, senior EY Partner, has joined Cranfield Trust’s Board of Trustees. Andrew has extensive consultancy experience from previously leading EY’s Global Operations Consulting practice and is currently EY’s Head of Sustainability Consulting in Europe, Middle East, India and Africa (EMEIA).
Cranfield Trust successfully supports hundreds of charities every year through pro bono management consultancy and mentoring. With his background and experience in consultancy operations, Andrew will act as a sounding board in his Trustee role, supporting Cranfield Trust to continue to bring new thinking to its operations management.
Dr Charmaine Griffiths, Chair of the Cranfield Trust Board of Trustees comments on the forthcoming appointment...
“I am delighted to welcome Andrew to our brilliant Board of Trustees and our Cranfield Trust team. He brings a wealth of industry management consultancy experience which will support Cranfield Trust to further enhance its operations and explore new opportunities to support its charity clients at a time when they face unprecedented challenge and change.”
Andrew Caveney comments on his appointment to the role on the Board...
“I am looking forward to supporting Cranfield Trust’s highly successful pro bono management consultancy services and establishing my role on the Board. With my background in driving business performance improvement, I can hopefully provide a fresh perspective in this area.”
“I have been really impressed with the Trust’s unique Journey to Excellence (J2E) impact framework which is providing vital insight and support to charities, helping to identify strengths, areas for development and highlight opportunities for growth. I am looking forward to learning more about the framework and how it could be developed further to support more charities. I will work closely with the Trust’s team and fellow Trustees to explore new opportunities and ideas to provide even more professional consultancy to social welfare charities who benefit from increased confidence and capabilities as a result of this type of support.”