Jack previously worked at EY for seven years in the consulting practice, with the majority of his time spent within the Banking Transformation team. Jack’s primary focus was financial inclusion, helping banks to support their vulnerable customers and those experiencing financial difficulties. Jack also gained experience at EY working on digital transformations and sustainable finance.
Before joining Social Finance, Jack completed a Social Impact Fellowship where he developed relevant skills and knowledge in areas such as human-centered design, systems thinking, global leadership and social enterprise thinking.
If you could instantly become an expert in something, what would it be?
I would either say speaking French, as I have been (slowly) trying to learn for the past few years as I visit Quebec in Canada quite often, or exercise nutrition, to help me perform at my best when training and taking part in triathlons.
What are your hobbies and interests?
I love spending time outdoors in nature with my wife, Ellie, doing anything from hiking, running or cycling to camping and exploring!
What do you do to unwind?
I find the best way for me to unwind is to read. I enjoy a mix of non-fiction and fiction, from books about health, self-reflection and social impact to Michael Connelly’s crime novels.