Pippa was a Worthwhile graduate with Imperial Hub in 2015. She joined Worthwhile to lead the team in June 2018.
Pippa first got involved with the world of social impact at university, where she volunteered with Cambridge Hub, Amnesty International and was a founding Project Director, later a Trustee, of Cambridge Development Initiative. After graduating, Pippa went on to Worthwhile where she supported social enterprise and skilled volunteering at Imperial College London. She then spent several years working in social innovation, firstly managing an accelerator for climate change start-ups at Climate-KIC, and then managing challenge prizes at Nesta. At Nesta, Pippa led pan-European challenge prizes including the European Social Innovation Competition on behalf of the European Commission.
As a Worthwhile graduate herself, she knows just how valuable the programme is and how it provides an unparalleled base for young people to begin their career journey.
Tasha joined Robbie in August 2016 to work as Community Manager, looking after our graduates and alumni.
Tasha was part of the 2013/14 Worthwhile Cohort, working at Student Hubs, where she ran an internship scheme for students looking for socially impactful summer placements, before working on how to measure Student Hubs' impact, and finally overseeing programmes in one of the local Hubs.
"I am passionate about how we bring people together to tackle society's biggest challenges. This has developed from an interest in how to engage young people in their local community, to supporting ambitious graduates to do their best work in social impact"