Kate Fitch supports organisations to deliver effective policy, campaigning and communications activities and impactful research and evaluation projects. She also supports teams and organisations to develop coherent strategic plans and approaches.
Special Interests: Kate has a Master’s degree in Social Policy from the London School of Economics and a Politics degree from Durham University.
Experience: Kate was previously Director of Policy and Communications at the UK disability charity, Sense. In this role, she provided strategic leadership and direction across the Public Policy, Communications, Marketing, Branding and Information and Advice functions. Prior to joining Sense, Kate worked in a variety of policy and research roles at the NSPCC and has also spent time as a freelance consultant.
Key Projects: At Sense, Kate delivered highly successful campaigns calling for better support for long term carers and access to play for disabled children. She also led the disability sector to highlight the issue of loneliness for disabled people as policy chair of the Jo Cox Commission on loneliness.