Andrew Jermey-Boys

Andrew is a highly respected, top performing and commercially astute senior leader demonstrating broad-based expertise within the cultural, educational and charity sectors. He has worked with charities, not-for-profit organisations, foundations, grant makers and philanthropists to “help to make a real difference” by working with clients to solve problems, provide insights and overcome the many challenges that organisations face as they make an impact on the lives of their beneficiaries. Andrew’s work focuses on capacity building, governance, strategic and business planning, project management, theory of change, impact measurement, funding and working in mixed economy, grant application and management. He is a strong collaborator with a positive attitude and future vision and commitment to developing business processes and growth.

Key skills & experience

As a management consultant with a wide range of experience and knowledge gained from over 25 years in the not for profit, education and funding sectors, Andrew is in a position to help you grown your organisation, people and income. He has skills in developing strategic, business and operational plans, governance reviews and training, fundraising, resource management, process review and development, people development, bid writing


Recent projects

Friends of the Earth: Expertly guided and supported the Senior Leadership Team, Trustees and Executive Director with annual business planning, developing monitoring processes, evaluating and reporting directly linked to their strategic plan.

Youth Music: Led the review into how Youth Music works in the regions, developed and implemented strategic changes across the region and increased the services provision, combined with regional campaigns and advocacy.

Small Green Shoots: Training and governance support for new Trustee Board

Other information

Andrew’s approach is to be a critical friend and support organisations to understand the issues, explore options and come up with solutions. His aim is to always leave the members of the whole team, (trustees, staff, volunteers) at the end of any engagement with a real sense of ownership of new plans, programmes and processes. This has a focus on the future and a clear understanding of how to build on the work done together and achieve long lasting outcomes for the organisations’ beneficiaries.


Eastside Primetimers