Francesca Pinzone

Academic and Senior Project Officer - Executive Education

Francesca Pinzone is our Senior Project Officer - Executive Education, and an academic and course authority for the Centre for Social Impact UNSW's undergraduate course, Creating Social Change: From Innovation to Impact.

Prior to these roles she was the Collective Impact Project Manager with both CSI and Collaboration for Impact.

Francesca is also a co-founder of Umbo, a social enterprise which delivers speech and occupational therapy online to children in rural and remote Australia.

She has over 15 years experience working in not-for-profit organisations and the international development sector, 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, outcomes measurement and cross-sector collaboration.

She has a Masters in International Public Health (USYD), a Graduate Certificate in Social Impact (UNSW) and a Bachelor of Science, Nursing (UTS).

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