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Jayne Woodley

Chief Executive, Oxfordshire Community Foundation at Oxfordshire Community Foundation

Oxford, United Kingdom

About Me

After a corporate lifetime in business development and marketing, I joined the Oxfordshire Community Foundation (OCF) in 2010. My decision to swap Barclays Capital for social capital was largely motivated by a growing personal desire for greater social justice, and an awareness of the evolving role of philanthropy. The privilege of my current role is that I get to indulge my own passions and inspire others likewise to believe in "community as a cause". I want to change the financial landscape of Oxfordshire for good and achieve the best possible social return on all charitable funding.

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Oxfordshire Community Foundation

Philanthropy, social enterprise and charity

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Calamitous financial prospects for Footballers

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Location, location, location

Location, location, location

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A basic opportunity fund to address in work poverty

It's good to see the RSA continuing to share possible solutions to the idea of reaching a Universal Basic Income for everyone.

As AI and...

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Embracing GDPR and seeking continuous improvement

Some great tips here, all especially relevant given the focus on data that preparations for GDPR are quite rightly highlighting.


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Private jets... whatever next?!

I wonder if anyone else reading this article was struck by a thought has the world gone mad.  How much longer can we as humans go...

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Prevention has to be the Big Picture

Delighted to read Lord John Bird, founder of the Big Issue has commented on this week's budget.   I remember meeting him in Bristol...

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Because it matters

Something always matters to someone, but I sense there is a growing need for a civic movement that looks beyond our individual needs to...

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