James Newell has been promoted from Deputy Director to Director of the Kingston Smith LLP fundraising and management consultancy, Kingston Smith Fundraising and Management.
He has previously held fundraising positions at a range of charities, and serves as a trustee of the Howard League for Penal Reform.
Head of Not for Profit at Kingston Smith LLP, Nick Brooks, said: “James brings creativity and a strong track record of success to our business.”
Kingston Smith LLP is a top 20 UK accountancy firm according to Accountancy Age. With 60 partners spanning six offices across London and the South East, they support entrepreneurial businesses, charities, educational organisations, trade, professional associations and private individuals.
Kingston Smith Fundraising and Management is a major donor fundraising consultancy that specialises in enabling strategic growth within charities. They work across the full spectrum of non-profits in the UK and internationally to deliver fundraising success. Recent clients include schools (The Brit School, St Columba’s College) museums (Coventry Transport Museum), churches (Holy Trinity Hull) and charities (Aerobility, Beyond Autism).