Will Churchill

co-founder, consultant, coder


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About me

I am passionate about social enterprise, and a strong believer that it can provide an adaptable and sustainable solution to many of the problems our society faces today - both locally and globally.

This is a passion that I have followed in both my career and in my own time. I recently founded my own venture, UniHack, which is an organisation aiming to develop sustainable solutions to local needs by bringing together students, corporates, and community interest organisations through hackathons.

I am an active member of the Enactus UK Alumni, and currently use my experience (both from University as an Enactus student, and professionally) to mentor a number of Enactus teams across the UK. In this role I have been very fortunate to win a number of awards for my services, including the 2013 Enactus UK Alumni of the Year award, and an award in 2014 for 'Best Training Session'.

Previously, I worked as the Social Enterprise Manager for the national charity Student Hubs. Whilst there I oversaw the development of their social enterprise programme, and supported students and staff in its delivery. In addition to this, I was also responsible for creating and curating training for project incubation, and developing an in-house accelerator programme for student led projects.

Aside from my experience in training, mentoring, and programme delivery, I also code. My most recent project is a centralised database and ranking system for mentors affiliated to different programmes. In addition to this, I have also created a bespoke CRM tool to track and measure the impact of the Enactus UK Alumni. I am proficient mainly in server-side languages, specifically MySQL and PHP. However, I also have experience working with Javascript, XML, and CSS, among other languages.

My blogs

I've been known to blog from time to time. My writing is mainly spread out between Medium, Wordpress, and the UniHack blog. Here are a few of my favourite pieces.

Mental health and me

On what I've learned from conferences

Mental Health: it's not all in your head

Universities and budding entrepreneurs

Innovation means putting the problem first

Why Twitter is my favourite platform

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