The scale of our organisation’s impact depends on our ability to attract affluence. To that ..
Re-energising organisations toACHIEVE GOALS
As director and lead social impact consultant behind Direct Path, Ameena Ahmed brings considerable cross-sector experience as a dynamic thinker for social good.
Her strategic partnership endeavours in children’s services at Tameside Borough Council, combined with a long-held director’s role in counselling-support charity Off the Record, all benefit the outcome-focused, change-facilitating and human-centred work she engages in through Direct Path.
How I work?SERVICES
The difference we make in the lives we are looking to impact is wholly influenced by our ..
The capability of our organisation’s ability to achieve its ambitions is a direct output of ..
Shifting our models, services and projects from a high-to-low cost entity requires taking a ..
SectorsWE WORK FOR
With the flow of public investment ebbing, the need to more effectively approach the creation, delivery and outcomes of services, programmes and projects is essential.
As social investment increases in scarcity, the need to examine a broader investing framework is imperative to the sustainability of charitable entities and social enterprises.
As consumers and citizens increasingly expect conscientious conduct from the brands they buy from, considering value with a wider lens is now crucial in conducting business.
few storiesMY BLOG
Guiding Transmission Link – a North West based telecoms agency focused on servicing small and medium businesses across Greater Manchester – following a successful first year of trading,…16 Feb, 2017 / 0 CommentsREAD MORE
Supporting Noisy Cricket Ltd – to fully realise the potential of the social impact consultancy with a mission to build people-powered movements – Direct Path provided both people…16 Feb, 2017 / 0 CommentsREAD MORE
Working with Be The Change – a Greater Manchester based social enterprise built with the support of a local housing association – Direct Path were charged with helping…16 Feb, 2017 / 0 CommentsREAD MORE