Andrew has been working in the field of social impact measurement for nearly ten years. He was involved in the development of the first UK Social Value Bank and was responsible for embedding the measurement approach across Knightstone Housing, one of the largest social housing providers in the UK with over 11,000 properties and 27,000 residents. Since being in Australia, Andrew has held such positions as Impact Evaluation Manager for the Karrikins Group and led evaluation and impact measurement projects for clients such as CBA, Optus, Variety and Vic Roads to name a few. Andrew has worked for both the grant makers and the grant receivers in measuring social impact. Through his work at the Australian Social Value Bank, as a former co-chair of Social Impact Measurement Network of Australia (SIMNA) and writing analysis pieces, Andrew is passionate about closing the gap between what stakeholders want and need, and what organisations are capable of and can realistically deliver.