The Good Faith Partnership


The Good Faith Partnership helps to create solutions to society’s most difficult problems. We connect businesses, governments, charities, philanthropists, foundations and communities. We help leaders harness their organisation's energy and expertise. We unite different passions, skills and expertise around a common vision: the power of people working together to bring about meaningful change.


Our people


Dr Russell Rook: Partner

Russell is a founding partner of the Good Faith Partnership, leading on political engagement and advocacy. He works extensively with politicians, government departments, the voluntary sector, faith communities and civil society on issues around refugee resettlement, immigration and the Middle East. Outside of the Good Faith Partnership, Russell serves as a parliamentary aide to Rev Baroness Sherlock of Durham OBE.


David Barclay: Partner

David leads on projects ranging from scaling up the provision of affordable credit to supporting cities become more inclusive of migrants and refugees. He is a former President of the Oxford University Student Union and was previously a community organiser in East London.



Josh Richards: Associate

Josh works primarily on refugee resettlement and migration policy. He previously served as a community organiser and is a parliamentary adviser to the Bishop of Durham.


Bryony Loveless: Buxton Leadership Trainee

Bryony joined the Good Faith Partnership as an intern as part of the Buxton Leadership Training Programme.  Last year she was a Vice-President of the University of Exeter Students' Guild (leading on education) after receiving her first class honours degree from Exeter in Theology with Proficiency in Arabic.



Andrea Henry: Personal Assistant

Ange has worked as a PA/EA for the last 18 years and brought her own blend of knowledge, experience and common sense to join the Good Faith Partnership in 2017.




David Evans: #SameTeam Programme Director

Starting off in science and technology, David worked for small companies and the global technology giant Intel Corporation. Having held a number of commercial roles, his interest in the application of technology for public good led him to get involved in policy and public affairs. Before joining, David was Director of Policy & Community at BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT.



Rosie Evans: Director of Strategy & Development

Having started her career as a strategy consultant, Rosie has worked with charities, the public sector and businesses to design and set-up programmes to deliver social integration and tackle prejudice, most recently as a Director and acting CFO at More in Common. She is a member of the GLA Social Integration Expert Panel.




Matthew Rhodes: RAMP Programme Director

Having previously worked as a corporate lawyer, Matthew was a founding staff member and Director of Strategy & Relationships at the immigration and integration think-tank British Future. He previously served as an adviser to The Rt Hon Stephen Timms MP.




David Atter: Programme Director

David works extensively on programmes to bring about meaningful change. He has experience running Government marketing programmes as a Civil Servant and as Head of Customer Marketing for FSCS, a cornerstone of the Government’s financial stability framework. He also has experience as a Marketing Director at the BBC, Time Warner, Lloyds Banking Group and at a start-up backed by BT.


What our clients say about us

"The Good Faith Partnership combines creativity and strategic thinking with the capacity to identify partners that

make things happen. They have been an invaluable partner in Social Finance’s work on integration and in the creation of Reset, a new government funded charity that is building the capacity of local communities to welcome refugees."


Chris Clements


Social Finance


"It has been a pleasure to work with the Good Faith Partnership to work across faith groups and wider civil society in harnessing the amazing goodwill of people in the UK to help the most vulnerable refugees. They have been hugely supportive of the developing Community Sponsorship Scheme and a key part of its successful launch and continued growth."


Paul Morrison


Resettlement, Asylum Support and Integration Unit

Joint unit of the Home Office and the Department for International Development and Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government