Beth Pilgrim co-founded Supply Change, a digital marketplace that helps social enterprises to win public sector contracts so that public money has maximum impact in local communities.
Beth was a 2017/18 Fellow. She completed her frontline placement at St Mungo’s before working with Housing Assocation, Orbit. She was mentored by Daianna Karaian.
North London born, Beth studied History at the University of Exeter. After graduating she had roles in both the private and not-for-profit sector, including as a corporate fundraiser for Breast Cancer Now. She also helped to set up United Kitchens, a social enterprise that supports refugees through cookery.