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Meg Abdy is a director of Legacy Foresight, where she is responsible for social research and project development. Legacy Foresight works with individual organisations and client consortia to map, model and predict the legacy market.
Since the programme was founded in 1995, Meg has worked with over 50 clients, including 25 of the top 30 British legacy charities. She regularly speaks at charity conferences and her view on the future of the sector is often featured in the charity sector press.
In addition to her work in the legacy marketplace, Meg specialises in strategic planning, social innovation and intelligent funding. Recent clients include NESTA, Comic Relief, Film Education, CASE Europe and the Charity Commission.
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