Katie Bradford is a COO with experience spanning start-ups, not-for-profits and commercial companies – with a focus on innovation and social purpose. Currently consulting for Quadia (a social impact investment company with offices in Geneva, Brussels and London), Katie recently spent two years working as Director of Operations for Project Everyone, a Richard Curtis-led initiative which aims to raise awareness of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, an ambitious plan for people and planet.
In addition to her part-time role at Project Everyone, in 2016 Katie completed an 8-month consultancy as the Interim COO at the Jamie Oliver Food Foundation. From 2011 to 2014, Katie was Director of Operations at Fallon, an award-winning advertising agency known for its innovative campaigns for Cadbury and Skoda. Katie built Fallon’s digital capabilities and delivered digital campaigns for giffgaff and The Faberge Big Egg Hunt in London and New York.
Katie has also worked in music, TV production and independent film, including her time as a founding Director of the Channel 4 BRITDOC Foundation, a film foundation linking social-issue media to the individuals and organisations who can use them to effect change. As part of her work there, Katie worked on the Oscar-shortlisted documentary End of the Line, which was 90% funded by charities, foundation and individual donors and has changed corporate and government policy both nationally and internationally.