Meet the executive board and advisors
Precious Sithole, CEO
Precious Sithole (ACA, FRSA) is the founder and CEO of the Social Practice ENT entities. Precious began her career working as an external auditor at Mazars LLP's Birmingham Office, where she qualified as a chartered accountant. She later joined the Mazars London Technical Financial Reporting team as an FRS 102 specialist, helping both charities and corporates transition to the new reporting standard.
Jonathan Owens, Director
Jonathan Owens is a co-director of Social Practice (ENT) SDG Ltd and leads on the digital development of the social enterprise. Jonathan hails from Brooklyn, New York –– where he worked in various tech roles in academic institutions, including working as a database research specialist at Weill Cornell Medical University and as a database manager at Brooklyn College.
Cindy Longwani, Advisory Board Member
Cindy Longwani is an experienced finance professional who works for the NHS as a Finance Business Partner in the property services division, and recently completing a Masters degree in Business Administration (MBA). Cindy started her career working as an internal auditor for the John Lewis Group.
Peter Welsh, Advisory Board Member
Peter Welsh is one of three hands on advisors that assist with the development of Social Practice ENT's strategy and service design. Peter has several years of experience working for faith based organisations in the voluntary sector, and recently completed a masters degree in Charity Management at St Mary's University, Twickenham.
Izzy Coomer, Advisory Board Member
Izzy Coomer is part of the Policy, Advocacy and Research team at the Prince's Trust International – and holds a Masters degree in Security Studies from University College London. Izzy actively champions engagement with the Sustainable Development Goals and is particularly passionate about sustainable development, gender equality; and, peace and security.