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Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity
Grace Farrell-Twiney AFSEE

Grace Farrell-Twiney

Partnerships Manager, AFSEE

Grace is the Partnerships Manager for the Atlantic Fellows for Social and Economic Equity (AFSEE) programme. She leads AFSEE’s partnership strategy including internal collaborations within LSE, and external partnerships with other Atlantic programmes and organisations.

Grace has a wealth of experience in relationship, programme and project management. Prior to LSE, she was the Senior Programme Manager for Cancer Research UK’s Cancer Grand Challenges philanthropy programme overseeing the proposals, stewardship, reporting, pipeline and recognition of the charity’s largest philanthropic partnerships.

During her five+ years with Cancer Research UK (CRUK), Grace led several strategic projects and programmes, including developing cross-organisational naming and recognition policies, the operational set up of a UK-US team, creation of and implementation of partnership agreements, installation of several donor recognition displays, multi-million-pound proposals and reports as well as created and developed philanthropic programmes spanning strategy, research, events, communications, cultivation and stewardship.

Prior to CRUK, Grace was with The Royal Society working with its strategic philanthropic partners and Fellowship body. Before that, Grace worked in University College London’s alumni and advancement office, where she was a CASE Graduate and then Officer working on alumni programmes, external partnerships, and philanthropic donors.

Grace holds a first-class degree in Psychology from the University of Plymouth.


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