Precious joined the Trust's trustee board in March 2021. She is the founder and Chief Executive of Social Practice ENT – a not-for-profit accounting and consultancy social enterprise that is built on social justice principles.
Precious began her career working as an external auditor in Birmingham where she qualified as a chartered accountant. As part of the external audit team, she worked with a range of clients including charities, multi-academy trusts, housing associations and large corporations with group income over £500m. She then subsequently went on to work as an accounting and strategic consultant in London, before forming Social Practice ENT.
In addition to being a chartered accountant, Precious holds a Master’s degree in Charity Management and is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. She is passionate about inclusive governance, and through Social Practice ENT, Precious helps Civil Society Organisations to develop inclusive policies and board cultures. She also oversees the Social Practice Academy’s flagship Beyond Suffrage trustee training programme.