Nicholas Luff is an accomplished sustainable development and social responsibility specialist with over 15 years experience in business, government and civil society. Nicholas supports organizations in advancing their social, environmental and economic performance through strategic planning, change management, program evaluation and partnership brokering. His experience spans the energy, healthcare, education and ICT sectors in North America, SE Asia and Africa.
Highlights of Nicholas’ experience include:
- Development and implementation of a five-year, community-focused, medical resource program in Lao PDR including urban and rural impact assessments, partnerships, and an outcomes-based evaluation framework. (World Health Organization, Government of Luxembourg)
- Co-development of a long-term environmental and economic sustainability plan for a Canadian regional health authority, involving extensive multi-stakeholder engagement. (Alberta Health Services)
- Design and implementation of a change management and fund development strategy for a large, Canadian not-for-profit organization, including negotiation of a multi-stakeholder partnership, conflict resolution mechanism and risk management plan. (Government of Canada, Calgary Immigration Society)
- Creation of a board governance framework for a Canadian international development foundation related to grantee selection, project evaluation and impact measurement. (Fig Tree Foundation)