Emma Morgan joins the For Purpose Mentor team

Emma Morgan For Purpose Mentor

We are delighted to welcome Emma Morgan to our team of Mentors on the For Purpose Graduate Programme.

Emma Morgan has worked in the non-profit sector for 12 years. She has a background specialising in fundraising development and organisational strategy. She is business analyst for Concern Worldwide, the vice-chair and development board member for Helium Arts; career mentor and private consultant and public speaker for strategic development in the non-profit sector.

Emma holds an MA from University College Dublin in Cultural Policy and Arts Management, the focus of which was how charitable organisations use arts based programmes and products as part of their fundraising mix. In her spare time she is a painter and in the past has participated in community art projects and had illustrations published for a small not profit publication entitled “what not to say”.

Each graduate on the For Purpose programme has their own mentor. The mentor’s role is to nurture the development of the graduate over the course of the programme by offering impartial guidance and support. This feature of the programme sets it apart from other in-house graduate programmes.

We are looking forward to Emma joining the Mentor team at For Purpose and know she will share a wealth of knowledge with her graduate mentees.