Cultivating your culture: putting belonging at the heart of your culture

Woosh has featured on the HR Most Influential Practitioner List 2023.

He joined NCVO in 2023 in the newly created role of director of people, culture & inclusion. He is responsible for leading on the people strategy across NCVO, and supporting NCVO and the wider sector in advancing its aims in equity, diversity, inclusion & belonging.

Woosh is a chartered member of the CIPD, having worked across the private and public sectors before developing his career in not-for-profit organisations in housing, health care and criminal justice settings. An experienced change management expert, Woosh has a proven track record in leading and delivering large-scale transformation projects.

Woosh is a committee member of the central London CIPD Committee, sits on the BAME leadership alumni for Stonewall and runs his own ED&I consultancy focused on supporting third sector clients in advancing their strategies in equity and belonging

Connect with Woosh

LinkedIn: Woosh Raza

Sarah joined NCVO in January 2020 as director of membership and engagement before becoming chief executive. She's held a number of leadership roles in the voluntary sector, most recently as chief executive of the umbrella charity The Neurological Alliance.

She also spent time in senior management roles at Epilepsy Society and In Kind Direct, as well as previously working for (then) HRH the Prince of Wales. She started her career in local government management, including working for the Mayor of London.

Sarah is a trustee at Trussell Trust. She also volunteers as a coach at her sons’ rugby club and for the Parent Teacher Association at her son's school. Sarah has previously been a trustee of National Voices and The Brain and Spine Foundation.

Connect with Sarah

LinkedIn: Sarah Vibert