Caroline Fiennes (formerly Newhouse) advises people and companies on giving well to charities. She is one of the few people whose work has featured in OK! magazine and The Lancet.
She is Director of Giving Evidence, a company which specialises in ‘advice on giving, based on evidence’. She frequently speaks and writes in the press, and has been an award-winning Chief Executive of climate change charity Global Cool, which promotes green living. She has advised donors including the Emirates Foundation in UAE, Eurostar, ERM (Environmental Resources Management: a global environmental consultancy), the Ashden Awards, the Big Lottery Fund, the Sainsbury Family Charitable Trusts, professional tennis players, the Private Equity Foundation, BBC Children in Need, Booz & Co., and Morgan Stanley. This work has spanned environment, health, education, international development, children’s issues and other areas.
She is on boards of the US Center for Effective Philanthropy, of the world’s largest charity rating agency Charity Navigator, Evidence Aid (part of The Cochrane Collaboration), is the Corporation of London’s City Philanthropy Coach. She works with Innovations for Poverty Action and the University of Chicago.
Caroline set up and led the client team at New Philanthropy Capital (the leading charity think-tank), having worked on charitable giving, sustainability and corporate strategy at The Monitor Group (a global strategy consultancy).