Patrick Nash

Patrick Nash

Chief executive, Connect Assist

During his 30-year career in the not-for-profit sector, Patrick Nash has established and led 14 charities and social enterprises. As the chief executive of Connect Assist, he works in partnership with charities and not-for-profit organisations to deliver innovative helpline and e-service solutions that help them transform people’s lives for the better.

Nash is a well-respected speaker and lecturer in the areas of organisational strategy, efficient service delivery and employee health and wellbeing. He has spoken for a number of organisations including ACEVO, European Network for Workplace Health Promotion, International Labour Organisation, International Tibet Support Network, and Friedrich Naumann Stiftung (Germany).

As well as running Connect Assist, Nash is a consultant to the sector with a strong background in executive coaching and coaching supervision, strategy and planning facilitation, service delivery and technology solutions. He has worked with the likes of UNICEF UK, General Teaching Council, and many others.

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Multichannel: the alternative solution to service delivery

Patrick Nash argues that charities should be doing more to integrate IT into their public service delivery activities.

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