Our people

Our Team

Chief Executive

Rachel Rank – Rachel joined 360Giving in November 2015 and oversees the delivery of the organisation’s strategy and day to day operations. Prior to joining 360Giving she was Deputy Director of Publish What You Fund, where she led the organisation’s research and monitoring work, including the development of an annual transparency index. She has researched and written several publications on transparency, good governance and accountability. Rachel has previously held positions with the Commonwealth Secretariat, the UK Department for International Development, DAI, Transparency International and the Overseas Development Institute.

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Partnerships & Engagement Manager

Katherine Duerden – Katherine joined 360Giving in June 2016. She leads on outreach and engagement with grantmakers, supporting them to publish their grants data openly, and building partnerships to support more informed and strategic grantmaking. Prior to joining 360Giving, Katherine was Membership Relationship Manager for the Association of Charitable Foundations, where she was responsible for the recruitment and retention of foundations in membership, answering queries and overseeing the use and development of the CRM database. Katherine has previously held positions with the Eve Appeal, a cancer research fundraising charity and carers support organisation.

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Data Labs & Learning Manager

Mor Rubinstein – Mor joined 360Giving in May 2017. She leads on designing and managing projects that use 360Giving data, commissioning open data platforms and tools, as well as collecting and sharing learning about data use. Previously she was the Capacity team lead at Open Knowledge International where she oversaw the delivery of communications, community and research. She was also the Project Manager of the Global Open Data Index, a benchmarking tool for open government data publication. Mor has also written several papers on open data use. She has worked on open data around the world with the Public Knowledge Workshop (Israel) and the Oxford Internet Institute. 

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Data support team

Open Data Services provides support for publishers and users of 360Giving data.

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Our board of directors

As a non-profit company and a registered charity, 360Giving is governed by a Board of Directors who are also the charity’s trustees:

Alice Casey is a Senior Development Manager at Nesta where she leads a portfolio of work looking at how the web is transforming communities and civic life. She has a particular interest in how people themselves are changing the society around them using new technology and new ways of organising, collaborating and connecting from the ground up.

Geoff Chapman has worked at a senior level in a number of financial information and trading companies, including Director of News Products at Reuters, Chief Information Officer at Tullett Prebon and Chief Operating Officer at City Index Ltd. He is now an investor in a number of early stage businesses. Current non-executive directorships include Chargepoint Services, Form3 and Ethex, a not-for-profit which facilitates investment into social enterprises.

Sameer Padania has worked and consulted for leading organisations in media development, human rights and philanthropy on a wide range of journalism and digital media initiatives. Most recently, he was a Program Officer at the Open Society Foundation, with a global focus on experimentation in journalism, and an External Assessor on Google’s Digital News Initiative Innovation Fund.

Fran Perrin is the founder and co-director of the Indigo Trust and the Chair of 360Giving’s Board of Directors. She is also a board member of the Institute for Philanthropy. Prior to setting up Indigo Trust, Fran was an advisor at the Prime Minister’s Strategy Unit, in the UK Cabinet Office. She was named by Spears UK as Philanthropist of the Year in 2012.

William Perrin is co-director of the Indigo Trust and the founder of Talk About Local. His original work in the Cabinet Office in 2006–7 kicked off the continuing government interest in open data. He has since held several public appointments on open data and is a respected commentator and practitioner in putting open data to work on social issues.

Anna de Pulford works at Zing (a grantmaking trust) and Yoti, which is a B Corps digital ID company. Prior to this, she was Digital Transformations Lead at Nesta and Grants Director at the Dulverton Trust for over four years. Anna developed the Salesforce.com grants management app used free-of-charge by over 50 grantmaking charities.