Chief Operating Officer at the Thomson Reuters Foundation
Nicholas is an Unreasonable Mentor. Nicholas has participated in 2 programs, including Unreasonable Impact UK & Europe 2022, and has advised over 14 Unreasonable companies.
Nick Glicher is COO of the Thomson Reuters Foundation, the corporate foundation of the global news and information services company. Through news, media development, free legal assistance and convening initiatives, the Thomson Reuters Foundation combines its unique services to advance media freedom, raise awareness of human rights issues, and foster more inclusive economies.
Nick has a special focus on social innovation and the impact economy, slavery and transparency in supply chains, and corporate philanthropy and has spoken widely on these topics.
Nick's role sees him focus on people and inclusion, workflow efficiencies and innovative growth opportunities, organisational design and change management, and risk and legal management.
Prior to his present role, Nick was Director of TrustLaw, the Thomson Reuters Foundation’s global legal pro bono service, and Head of African Programmes, based in Johannesburg. Nick is a qualified solicitor in England & Wales specialising in finance and banking law and has worked at the Royal Bank of Scotland and in the London and Chicago offices of Mayer Brown.
Nick is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, a Trustee of ShareAction, and a Non-Executive Director of The Social Innovation Partnership.