Atul  Patel

Atul Patel

Academic leader, Cass Business School

Atul Patel is the academic leader for the MSc/PGDip in voluntary sector management Cass Business School at City University.

He is a qualified social worker and has worked in the public and voluntary sectors at all levels of management including chief executive of a national children’s charity.

He has also worked in the Republic of Ireland, Singapore and India as an independent consultant.  


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