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Sat Singh

Founder & CEO
Renaissance Foundation

Sat Singh is a leader within the charity sector with over 10 years’ experience in youth development and social enterprise. Under Sat’s leadership, the Renaissance Foundation has grown from a voluntary community group to a registered charity supporting young people across London.

The charity focuses on Specialist in helping young hospital transition patients, young careers and school pupils at risk. Through its activities, Sat has developed the charity’s expertise within the youth digital media and content field to inspire and support young people. In 2012 the charity developed the first digital app for The Historic Royal Palaces. At the same time, Sat partnered with Visa Europe to produce a flagship media based financial education programme for schools featuring their Team GB 2012 Olympic Athletes. 

Partnerships have been an area of expertise for Sat from developing Renaissance Foundation’s membership of The Clinton Global Initiative, as well as outreach partnerships with Wimbledon's All England Club and Formula 1. As well this, Sat’s work founded an annual exchange with the Norwegian Nobel Institute who Award The Nobel Peace prize in Norway. This has developed over the past 10 years and is now supported by the UK and Norwegian Foreign Ministries. 

After completing the Princes Trust programme, Sat was appointed as a young ambassador and attended board meetings to represent the Trust at special events. In 2010 Sat was selected by the Princes Trust as the first ambassador to participate in an international expedition to Antarctica. Upon return, Sat was then personally selected to present his experience of the expedition to HRH The Prince of Wales. 

Sat also received the Anne Frank Award in 2007 and the Sieff Award from Business in the Community in 2010 and has been a keynote speaker for organisations such as Redbull, Visa and Business in the Community. He also has extensive experience of being a moderator and interviewing a number of global figures for the Renaissance Foundation including Sir Richard Branson, Lewis Hamilton, Gordon Brown and many others.