Karishma Chandaria joined Collaborate in January 2016. She worked in health and social care policy for over 10 years. Her previous roles include Advisor to Oldham Council on Greater Manchester Health and Social Care devolution, Programme Manager for the Alzheimer’s Society on developing dementia friendly communities and Policy Advisor at the Royal College of Physicians and the General Medical Council (GMC). She has a masters in public policy from Birkbeck College and degree in politics from the University of Nottingham.
- Place is the space
- Awkward bedfellows and slippery concepts a.k.a. How to lead social change
- Moving from the margins: the challenges of building integrated local services – a discussion paper by Collaborate and Turning Point
- The Collaborative University: connecting people, place and policy
- Insights on infrastructure for place-based system change