Meet our

Graeme Hodge


Driven by his faith, and a love of community, Graeme is an activist for social justice and equality. Graeme is a husband to Emily, who is the lead for domestic abuse services for a london borough, and a father to two young daughters. He is an active member of his local church and, as a family, they are deeply embedded in their community and the develo
pment of it.

Graeme’s work has enabled him to develop engaged and transformational movements of people that are committed to creating a more just and fair world for everyone, ending extreme poverty and the issues and obstacles that keep them from fulfilling their potential. Graeme joined All We Can in April 2016 and now serves as the CEO. His role is to lead a passionate and experienced team focused on alleviating poverty in some of the world’s poorest communities, through dynamic partnerships with local people and organisations.

As an innovative professional, Graeme has worked in a variety of connected leadership roles in the third and private sectors over the last 20 years. Prior to his work with All We Can, Graeme spent several years in the corporate and private sector involved in consultancy and also worked with a range of UK based charities. He has had considerable previous experience in international development and public engagement initiatives in this sector.

Graeme regularly speaks and presents to a variety of audiences, large and small, at events, community and church gatherings and enjoys sharing stories of the people and places that have inspired and shaped his life and convictions. Graeme also serves on the boards of Fika Catering Co and Bloom Coffee Academy as a Non-Executive Director. Fika is an ethical and purpose-driven Catering, Hospitality and Wellness provider whose profits support the Bloom Coffee Academy, a certified Social Enterprise which helps vulnerable people develop skills and qualifications as well as providing employment.

Duncan Parker


Duncan has a unique academic and professional background in the third sector and the impact investment world and is passionate and committed to blending commercial solutions to social and environmental issues.

Duncan has varied concurrent interests including an executive role with, CEO of a not-for-profit that enables social enterprises and individuals to grow their business, NED positions with, Redbox (BCorp), and his own consultancy Ethical Goods Ltd which enables corporates to fulfil their Purpose and sustainability agendas and has to date raised more than £75m for charities through commercial partnerships. Previous appointments include International Director for one of the world’s largest Development / Humanitarian Aid organisations – The Salvation Army, with a global portfolio of economic development and aid projects.

After leaving the third sector to pioneer an African Agricultural investment fund in 2009 and then to create a successful sale, Duncan founded a PE backed social enterprise that created cause marketing relationships between Business and Charity in partnership with IMG. More recently Duncan advises a micro finance fund established from a family office legacy which aims to reduce financial and social exclusion in the UK for disadvantaged individuals. Duncan is a proven communicator from village to boardroom, from small teams to large crowds, and takes pride in being a translator of often complex issues to the relevant audience. Duncan’s core skills include economic development, leadership, strategy, problem solving, diplomacy, communication and fundraising. He chooses to deploy these skills in projects that matter and have social and environmental impact.

Duncan is founding Trustee/ambassador of two anti-human trafficking charities (Stop The Traffik and Croydon Community against Trafficking) and a trustee of the Lily Trust which cares for the victims of trafficking and forced migrancy.