Because if you’re going to hire me, you want to know I’m good at it…
Public Speaking & Training Delivery
“Extremely informative presentation delivered by Nikki who is obviously passionate
about what she does. Thanks!”
“Great session. Really wonderful insight and I’ve been a community fundraiser for 9 years”
“Sorry, don’t like Bruce Springsteen”
“I loved this presentation. So many fantastic tips that will be of huge benefit. Nikki held my attention the whole time – thanks Nikki”
“Engaging and fresh – great tips and one of the best IOF sessions ever”
“It was good to hear things I already know”
“Amazing, funny, personable key points well covered – I’m looking forward to following on Twitter!”
“Listening and learning from Nikki’s own experiences was incredibly useful as I came away with so many quick, easy, and free wins I can apply to my day to day when building relationships – I can’t wait to put it all into practice!” – Relationship building workshop, The Children’s Society
“Nikki’s workshop was a great way to introduce self-shot video on smart phones – I never realised how easy it could be! Thanks Nikki for sharing your knowledge and experiences.” – Self-shot video workshop, The Children’s Society
“Nikki provided us with consultancy time to undertake a fundraising review of our unrestricted income to identify opportunities to build more successful fundraising activities.
Nikki was incredibly approachable and had a great deal of positive energy. Nikki provided expert insight in to community fundraising activities and offered precise and practical recommendations the charity could take forward.
Nikki was able to gain the trust and confidence of both staff and Trustees to have meaningful discussions about the future of our fundraising activities. This allowed the final review presented by Nikki to be truly reflective of the different stakeholders within the charity and also externally, our supporters. We really appreciated all the help Nikki provided and feel incredibly fortunate to have benefited from her expertise.” Children North East, Newcastle