The Faces of a Vibrant Economy is a programme which connects leaders from different sectors who are celebrated for their commitment to purpose, innovation and growth. We know the power of collaboration and are proud to bring this community together and work with them to facilitate opportunities to network, share and co-create solutions. If you have any questions about the programme please get in touch with Hannah, Community Manager.

Upcoming Events

World Change, a stone throw away: Big ideas shaping our world

Tuesday 29 January 2019, 08.30 – 10.00am

Avocado Club are hosting a breakfast in The Lounge, 30 Finsbury Square, London, EC2A 1AG. 

Run by one of the 2017 Faces of a Vibrant Economy, Kieran Miles, the Avocado Club is a breakfast event with a focus on healthy food, healthy conversation and an open format which encourages new connections.

This event will give you the opportunity to connect with other business leaders, learn what is happening in their world and talk solutions together. Email Hannah to request a place.

Get in touch

Hannah Page

Get in touch with Hannah Page, Community Programme Manager, if you have any questions or suggestions about the Faces of a Vibrant Economy programme.

Email Hannah

Phone: +44 (0) 20 7728 2117

Connect with Hannah on LinkedIn

Hannah joined Grant Thornton in February 2018 in a new role looking at connecting communities internally and externally across the firm. She previously worked for Pilotlight, a charity that exists to connect charities leadership with skills from the business community where she was Head of Project Management. Hannah has been on Pilotlight’s Senior Management team and was managing a team of Project Managers across the UK. During her tenure at Pilotlight Hannah worked with over 40 charity CEO’s and over 150 business mentors to support the charity leaders and boards to create strategies to grow and overcome strategic challenges they were facing as well as developing new programmes with partners.

Outside work Hannah mentors social entrepreneurs and founded a women’s network, YWN London, a community of women to support each other in career development across sectors. Since the network was founded in 2015 it has grown to have over 500 members.