Rosie  Chapman

Rosie Chapman

Charity consultant from June 2011

Rosie Chapman is a charity consultant and was director of policy and effectiveness at the Charity Commission for ten years until June 2011.

A co-founder of Belinda Pratten and Rosie Chapman Associates, she specialises in board strategic planning; regulatory and governance advice; policy and public affairs; research and evaluation.

Prior to joining the Commission, Rosie spent six years at the Housing Corporation in a variety of roles culminating as assistant director (regulation policy). In the past she has worked for a housing association, acted as company secretary for a number of charitable organisations, and within local government.

Rosie is currently Secretary to NCVO's Executive Pay Inquiry and she sits on BITC's 'CommunityMark' Independent Approvals Panel.

She is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators; a member of NCVO’s Advisory Council; and was a member of its Charity Law Review Advisory Group.

Rosie has held a number of trustee and board positions.  She is currently a trustee of Charity Finance Group and of Catalyst Gateway, a community development charity. 



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