Casual Academic and Senior Project Officer
Francesca Pinzone is a Casual Academic and Senior Project Officer at the Centre for Social Impact. Francesca teaches the undergraduate course, Creating Social Change: From Innovation to Impact at UNSW Sydney. Prior to this Francesca was the Collective Impact Project Manager at the Centre for Social Impact working with both CSI and Collaboration for Impact. Francesca is also a co-founder of Umbo, a social enterprise delivering speech and occupational therapy online to children in rural and remote Australia.
Francesca has a Masters in International Public Health (USYD), a Graduate Certificate in Social Impact (UNSW) and a Bachelor of Science, Nursing at UTS.
Francesca has over ten years’ experience working in non-profit organisations and in international development, having previously worked for Medecins Sans Frontieres in Pakistan, UNICEF in India and CanTeen in Australia.
Francesca’s work has focused largely on program design and implementation, strategy development, social impact and outcomes measurement and cross-sector collaborationBack to Our People