Primarily, this report highlighted that there is both work to be done in due diligence and opportunity for growth and discourse. Monetary, time, and process investment in due diligence will be
pivotal to success. We look forward to continuing to measure and discuss these key items.
In just over a decade, Jason Briggs has gained uniquely varied experience in the nonprofit sector ranging across higher education, national and local charities, healthcare, and religious organizations. Known for his free-thinking approach to advancement, he was awarded both the Insight in Fundraising Award 2016 for his work on international philanthropy as well as the CASE Europe Iain More Award 2017 “for emerging development professional.”
In his consulting role at BWF, Jason provides knowledge provision, fundraising intelligence, and analytics and is the co-founder of PyroTalks, a community interest company that provides accessible specialist knowledge to the nonprofit sector. He draws inspiration from philanthropy’s ability to evolve and address every issue facing humanity.
“Instead of trying to cover the whole world with leather, put on some sandals.” Shantideva
Jason is a strong advocate for Tibetan culture and actively supports the cause. He is a founding trustee for Land of Joy, which raised £1.2m to establish a Tibetan Retreat Centre, and he serves as chair of the Development Panel for International Temple Project. Additionally, he serves as a trustee for the Foundation for Developing Compassion & Wisdom.