Director, Paul Hamlyn Foundation from 10 June 2013
Martin Brookes was appointed director of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation in June 2013.
He was formerly the chief executive of New Philanthropy Capital.
A former Bank of England (1987 – 1993) and Goldman Sachs economist (1994 – 2001), he joined NPC as an analyst, became director of research in 2003 and then chief executive in March 2008.
Brookes is chair and co-founder of Pro Bono Economics, which provides other charities with free economic expertise to help them better understand the environment in which they operate.
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