Alice Memminger

Alice has worked as an Eastside Primetimers member consultant and has been part of the central team focusing on Strategy and Income Generation for the past five years. She has been working as a consultant and senior manager in the third sector for the past fifteen years. Alice’s most recent charity role was as Chief Executive of UpRising, a UK wide youth leadership development organisation, having joined UpRising from Sue Ryder, where she worked as Head of Strategic Planning and Programme Delivery. Other charity roles include Head of Planning and Performance for Parkinson’s UK, Managing Director of Hammersmith and Fulham Circle and Head of Trading and Social Enterprise for Age UK Barking and Dagenham.

Key skills & experience

Alice has developed extensive experience and expertise whilst working with Boards and Senior Leadership Teams, gaining a strong reputation for transformative strategic plans and driving through ambitious change programmes.


Recent projects

  • British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS) – strategic planning
  • HENRY (Health, Exercise, and Nutrition for the Really Young) – support consultancy under the Health and Social Care Volunteering Fund (HSCVF)



Other information

Alice has an MBA in strategy, finance and not-for-profit management from Yale University and a BA in Economics and Political Science from the University of Michigan. She is a Trustee for Age UK Islington and Reach Volunteering as well as a Director for Creative Lifestyles CIC and The Politics Project CIC.




Case studies

British Association of Urological Surgeons (BAUS)“We approached EP to support the Association in developing a five-year strategy. EP has a practical approach and we benefited from the ongoing support we received after our initial away day to write our strategic and operational plans. EP’s business model is such that they get to know their clients and then identify consultants that best suit the specific needs and culture of individual organisations. I would not hesitate to recommend them” Anne Bishop, Chief Executive

Eastside Primetimers