Dominic Williamson brings three decades of experience to support you in improving opportunites for people facing multiple disadvantage. He has built lasting partnerships and led programmes that have transformed services for people experiencing homelessness, mental health problems, substance misuse and contact with the criminal justice system.
We can support you in developing strategic approaches, engaging stakeholders and improving services. Working closely with your teams and stakeholders to understand the unique service landscape in your area, we will help design solutions that integrate pathways and create the long term solutions that people need.
Along with Dom's own experience, we can help bring together the expertise you need to deliver lasting change.
Our work is guided by our passion for:
Empowerment and social justice
Equality, inclusion and co-production
Integrity and transparency
Evidence and learning
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Dom is passionate about improving opportunities for people whose life experiences have pushed them to the margins of our society, especially those experiencing homelessness, mental ill health, drug and alcohol addiction, domestic abuse and contact with the criminal justice system.
Over thirty years, he has had a significant impact in local services and national policy, usually by bringing people who are "experts by experience" together with service providers, researchers and policymakers.
His approach focused on empowering and developing leaders, building partnerships and joining up systems.
Dom has helped organisations develop clear strategies, formulate evidence-based solutions and drive change through innovation, learning and evaluation.
Thirty years working to address homelessness and social exclusion.
Seventeen years on executive teams, including as chief executive.
Leading cultural change in organisations, with a strong emphasis on diversity and inclusion.
Recruiting and building engaged and high performing teams and departments.
Strategic, business and project planning backed by strong commercial awareness.
Development and delivery of evidenced-based strategies to influence policy.
Building relationships with stakeholders including government ministers.
Management of research programmes and data analysis.
Management of information and business insight teams.
Expert level knowledge on policy and policymaking processes relating to poverty, homelessness, housing, mental health, substance misuse and criminal justice.
Creating effective partnerships, networks and coalitions.
Strategic communications, public speaking and media work including TV and radio.
A strong commitment to involvement of people with lived experience.
Member of the Chartered Institute of Housing.