Transformation Trust

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The Transformation Trust is an education charity 'dedicated to opening the doors of opportunity to young people across the country'.

It works with 'some of the most challenged schools in the country, offering their pupils opportunities and experiences that help them to develop employability skills and build their confidence.'

It is funded entirely through the support of the private sector. Its income 2013-14 was £985,283.

The Transformation Trust is the third sector partner of, and is part funded by, Cornerstone Property Assets, which it also shares an address with. The think tank Reform is in the same building near Parliament.



  • Amy Leonard, CEO; 'Alongside running the Trust, Amy is a consultant advising a range of organisations on their communications and positioning'; ex-corporate affairs director at government agency Partnerships for Schools.[1]
  • Mike Coleman, COO (from February 2014); formerly worked for the Education Funding Agency, where he oversaw the delivery of c.£2bn of capital investment for schools each year on behalf of the Department for Education.
  • Kirsten Flynn, company secretary (voluntary). Works as Project Director and Company Secretary at Cornerstone Property Assets, described as a 'social investment mutual created specifically to work in partnership with public authorities to make better use of local authority assets to the benefit of local communities.' Formerly with PwC.



Corporate partners


Address: Hope House, 1st Floor 45 Great Peter, Street, Westminster, London, SW1P 3LT


  1. Staff, Transformation Trust website, accessed August 2015
  2. Rachel Wolf to Number 10, Spectator, 1 July 2015