Naomi began working in charity legacy administration in 2003, having previously worked as a legal assistant and marketing co-ordinator in multi-disciplinary law firms. Naomi passed
the Institute of Legacy Management’s CiCLA with distinction, was awarded the ILM Professional of the Year in 2010 and 2016, and contributed to the ILM Good Practice Guidelines launched in 2017.
Naomi is an experienced legacy officer having managed complex estates involving assets in foreign jurisdictions, contentious cases including attending mediation and both the Court of
Appeal and Supreme Court. Her ability to see the bigger picture without losing sight of the detail has been invaluable in protecting and enhancing charity legacies and reputation. She
has been highly effective at managing a team, helping develop procedures and playing a key role in wider organisation projects, including building links with other teams, awareness of
the importance of legacy management and contributing to fundraising initiatives.
In her spare time Naomi has volunteered as Clerk to the Trustees of a local charity and is studying for a degree in Counselling and Psychotherapy.