Rohati Chapman joins Carers Trust as its new Executive Director of Programmes and Impact
Carers Trust is delighted to announce the appointment of Rohati Chapman as its Executive Director of Programmes and Impact.
Rohati starts at Carers Trust today. She brings a wealth of social impact experience, having worked for over 20 years in a range of roles focused on partnership development, programme delivery, and evidence and learning, in the UK and global development context.
Most recently, Rohati has been working as an Independent Consultant, providing interim leadership and strategic advisory support to Executive Teams and Boards of forward-thinking charities and social enterprises, such as Khulisa UK, the Living Wage Foundation and Renaisi, where she is Chair.
Rohati began her career in social research and policy, working for an impressive range of organisations, including The Princes Trust, The Black Londoners’ Forum, The Local Government Association (LGA) and Youth Business International. She has also spent seven years as a management consultant in Price Waterhouse Cooper’s (PWC) Government and Public Sector Team, specialising in large-scale programme delivery and social impact fund management for a range of clients. These included the Department for International Development, the Department for Education, the National Youth Agency and the Learning and Skills Council.
Looking forward to her new role driving Carers Trust’s programmes and maximising their impact for Network Partners and carers. Rohati said:
“I have worked across a range of cross-cutting public policy areas that focus on reducing and preventing the education, economic and social exclusion of underserved individuals. Unpaid carers, of all ages and backgrounds, have been the unsung backbone of the UK’s resilience to the global pandemic, and I believe will be critical to both our human and economic recovery. I am honoured to be joining Carers Trust and look forward to working alongside our Network Partners, carers, funders and the wider social care and education sector to demonstrate the importance and impact of our work.”