Louisa runs her own business supporting small and medium sized businesses to understand, improve and report their social and environmental impact in a way that best suits them. She particularly enjoys working with businesses who are keen to further understand and improve their social impact, an interest that has grown over the last 4-5 years alongside running Liverpool SOUP, a micro-funding event which supports the success of grassroots ideas and projects across the Liverpool City Region.
Louisa sits on the Board of Kindred LCR who are taking an innovative approach to support the growth of the Liverpool City Region’s socially trading economy, by both building a collaborative, peer-to-peer support network and investing in the region’s social trading organisations, to help them multiply their impact.
Her admiration for the Sefton Park Palm House has only increased since moving to South Liverpool in 2017, learning more about its history and experiencing the breathtaking beauty of both the botanicals and the building itself. She believes that beautiful, accessible and inclusive spaces, like the Palm House, give so much value to local communities and is delighted to sit on the Board.