Alice Moxley

2019 Fellow

Alice is the founder of Pivot, a brand that helps those experiencing homelessness pivot their lives through bringing enterprise into hostels.

Alice spent her Frontline Placement in YMCA and Fat Macy’s, creating a handbook for the young adults going through the Fat Macy’s training programme. Her consulting project was with Crisis to explore the role that social enterprise can play in ending homelessness.

Alice graduated from the University of Edinburgh with a degree in Architecture. Her final project which focused on affordable arts space, was nominated for the RIBA President’s Medals. After graduating from her Master’s at The London School of Architecture, where her thesis explored the extinction of artisans from Hatton Garden, Alice moved to Armenia and spent 5 months working with various NGOs.