Fundamentals in Philanthropy

Thank you for attending, “Fundamentals in Philanthropy: It’s all about relationships” which was co-hosted by Michele Price, Charity & Philanthropy Partner at professional services firm gunnercooke  and Joy Morozov, Impact Creator at PhilanthroPower featuring panel speakers; Mr Anand Shukla, CEO of The Henry Smith Charity and Lily Harriss, Director of Development at The Royal College of Music.

The webinar explored the mutual benefits that long-term partnerships bring to philanthropic organizations and non-profits. We are delighted to be able to share with you a recording of the vivid discussions which took place on 6th March. Please click here.

Michele and Joy would be very happy to continue the dialogue with you.  Please don’t hesitate to reach out to them. We leave you with their contact details below.

About your hosts:

gunnercooke is an international high-growth, high-performance professional services firm, with a rapidly growing number of experts spanning legal and other disciplines.

Their purpose is simple; to deliver a positive impact for our clients, provide a better life for our people and to leave a better world than we found…

PhilanthroPower envisions a world where the collective power of foundations and non-profits transforms challenges into opportunities, where partnerships become the cornerstone of sustainable change, and where shared aspirations lead to amplified impact.


Meet the Speakers below


Michele Price

Michele combines a passion for helping charities and all forms of not-for-profits succeed, with an enthusiasm for advising philanthropists and social investors on how best to support the causes close to their hearts. Above all, she cares about what you care about. She will get to the bottom of your issues and help you thrive. Her clients value her because she is a trusted adviser who delivers solutions with wisdom, care and a real appreciation for the not-for-profit landscape.

With a 30-year career spanning contentious and non-contentious areas of the Law, Michele has developed a niche where she combines her practical and legal skills to great effect in the fast-developing and increasingly vital areas within the Third Sector and Civil Society. 

Charity and Philanthropy Partner

M: +44 (0) 7399 114 937



Joy Morozov

Joy Morozov is a multilingual seasoned practitioner with over 25 years of experience in generating outstanding growth for previous employers in the for-profit and non-profit sectors including, The Economist Group, Financial Times Business, and Light for the World where she built a solid understanding of international NGOs, foundations, and trusts, and the corporate sectors.

At Light for the World, an international NGO, Joy forged partnerships with philanthropic organizations to mobilize funds for programs aimed at strengthening health systems and enabling people with disabilities to thrive in low-income countries.

Recognized for her talent, Joy is regularly invited to deliver workshops and support several organizations seeking to improve their approach to building high-value partnerships. Please click the link to visit Joy's website: Philanthropower.

Joy started her international career in London and worked in Zurich, Geneva, and Vienna where she currently lives.  

Impact Creator and CEO


M: +43 699 104 36167


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Meet the panelists below

Anand Shukla

Anand is Chief Executive of the Henry Smith Charity, one of the UK’s largest grant giving foundations. He is a governor at Coventry University and a Clore Social Leadership Fellow.

Anand’s extensive leadership experience at executive and non-executive level spans the civil society, public and higher education sectors.

He was the Chief Executive of Brightside between 2015 and 2020 – a mentoring charity that works with 10,000 young people from disadvantaged backgrounds every year. Previously, he led Daycare Trust and Family and Childcare Trust which advocate for high-quality universal childcare and support for families across the UK.

Anand was the chair of the governing body of his children’s primary school and has also served as a Non-Executive Director at the Social Investment Business. He is currently a Trustee at the Richard Thornton Foundation.

Anand grew up in Walsall in the West Midlands. In his early career, he worked in private sector publishing for Reed Elsevier, Butterworths and Lexis- Nexis and has also worked for the children’s charity Barnardo’s.

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Lily Harriss

Lily is passionate about providing access to arts and education. She has 30 years of senior management experience, including strategic leadership, operational management, public engagement and communications and income generation (including philanthropic, venue, partnership, public grants, and other income). Past experiences include developing high-performing and diverse teams, delivering robust operational and communications strategies, and managing senior volunteer structures (Boards, Committees, and Leadership Volunteers). Success was produced using a collaborative management approach, involving many stakeholders and sharing success at all levels.