Martin Brookes "was appointed Chief Executive of New Philanthropy Capital in April 2008. He has been at NPC since 2001, heading up the organisation's research team from 2003.
"Martin is an avid believer in making a market for charitable giving more efficient by measuring charity outcomes and ensuring that money flows to those charities that use it best. His lecture at the RSA in 2007 helped kickstart a debate about charity effectiveness.
"Prior to joining NPC, Martin was a senior economist at Goldman Sachs International from 1994 to 2001 and, before that, an economist at the Bank of England. He also conducted research for Amnesty International in 2001. Martin sits on the UK Economic and Social Research Council." 
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Related Sourcewatch articles
- Team, New Philanthropy Capital, accessed April 22, 2009.