Sam is a Senior Consultant for Spring Impact, leading and supporting on the delivery of projects, both national and international across a range of sectors. Sam worked for Spring Impact from 2016-2018, re-joining in August 2019.

Sam brings particular expertise in replicating programmes in the health and social justice sectors. He joined Spring Impact from Mind, the leading UK mental health charity, where he led the development and replication of mental health services in primary care and welfare advice.

Project highlights at Spring Impact include working with The Health Foundation to deliver the Exploring Social Franchising programme, and supporting PROMPT Maternity Foundation to systemise and validate their replication model to reduce preventable harm to mothers and babies during childbirth in the UK.

Previously at Spring Impact, he worked with two sexual and reproductive health and rights NGOs, Dance4life and Radio Netherlands Worldwide, supporting both organisations to restructure their international network of partners into a social franchise system. Sam also supported Pathway, a UK healthcare charity working with homeless people, to design its approach to replicating its hospital team model.

Areas of interest

  • Mental health and suicide prevention
  • Leveraging social investment to scale impact
  • Inter-relationships between private, public and social sectors

Published works:

  • Can Franchising Help Create Quality Jobs in London? (JP Morgan Research Report, 2017)
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