Iona Joy

Iona Joy

Head of charity effectiveness, New Philanthropy Capital

Iona Joy is head of charity effectiveness at New Philanthropy Capital, and her main interest lies in health.

She was previously a senior research analyst at NPC.

Prior to joining NPC, Iona had a career in venture capital with the Commonwealth Development Corporation in London, Uganda and Singapore after training as a merchant banker at Samuel Montagu. She is a director of The Funding Network.

 

 

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When is it right for charities to buy property, asks Iona Joy.

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