Sioned Churchill, Director of Grants
Sioned Churchill is the Director of Special Initiatives & Evaluation. Sioned has worked for Trust for London since 2001, initially as a Field Officer with responsibility for monitoring and evaluation and since 2005, as Director of Special Initiatives and Evaluation.
At Trust for London she takes the lead on a number of special initiatives including the domestic violence and preventing racist violence programmes and the Fear and Fashion programme – a collaborative initiative with four other funders to tackle knife culture among young people in London. Sioned is also responsible for evaluation at the Foundation, including supporting groups to self-evaluate, co-ordinating training support and commissioning external evaluations.
Sioned is the convenor of the Association of Charitable Foundations (ACF)’s Monitoring and Evaluation Issue Based Network and also a member of the CASS Review Panel for the Diploma/MSc in Grant-Making and London Funders Research and Evaluation Group.
Prior to working at Trust for London Sioned worked for 20 years in community development in King’s Cross, London. Her experience included managing three community centres, co-ordinating the local community safety and health partnerships and organising a range of community projects.