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Libby Hare

"I chose a career in the sector because of its focus and ethos. As a consultant, I'm fascinated by the range of charities I work with and the opportunities to help organisations and people be more successful in what they do."

Libby specialises in helping organisations with project governance and programmes of change. She has a post-graduate diploma in voluntary sector management from Cass Business School, is a PRINCE2 registered project management practitioner, an MSP (managing successful programmes) practitioner and an Agile Project Management registered practitioner.

She develops strategies and business cases, leads on project governance, coaches and mentors project managers and teams, and provides quality assurance and project reviews. Libby helps organisations achieve successful IT projects with activities such as business processes analysis, requirements identification, software selection and implementation. She works with organisations to achieve efficiencies and improvements in operational areas.

A former senior manager with Sayer Vincent, Libby has extensive experience of the not-for-profit sector. She has worked with a wide range of clients including the Fire Fighters Charity, Centrepoint, CAFOD, Anatomical Society, Médecins Sans Frontières, Greenpeace Nordic, Trust for London, Forum for the Future, Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, UKCP and 1625 Independent People. Before joining Sayer Vincent, Libby held several senior roles within charities, primarily international aid and development organisations.

Libby is a member of the British Computer Society and is an advisor to the third sector project management forum.

"Libby Hare was the consultant that we worked with on our IT change project. We achieved the change needed and our goals were met in an appropriate timescale."