Following an early career in publishing which included scientific journals, over the last 30 years Josephine Warrior has established herself as a writer and capital gifts fundraising consultant. She has worked on many commissions in both Europe and further afield, for a variety of institutions of higher education, businesses, hospitals and charities.
Projects have included work on cases with international universities such as the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford; MIT, USA; the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm; and ETH, Zurich; Sahlgrenska University Hospital, Gothenburg; the World Heart Federation, Geneva; and environmental charities including the Alliance for Global Sustainability. One project included a short case on advancing equine health and welfare for the Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies at the University of Edinburgh.
Most recently she has worked with the School of Engineering at Hong Kong University of Science & Technology (HKUST) on its impact cases for the 2020 Research Assessment Exercise (RAE).
Current projects including working with the Development Director at Hughes Hall, a postgraduate college of the University of Cambridge, and on a report on Teenage Mental Health with the Institute for Manufacturing, also at the University of Cambridge.