Dominic Williamson


Dominic is a consultant working with local authorities, the NHS and the voluntary sector to improve policy, services and systems for people facing multiple disadvantage.

His recent consultancy projects have been with Westminster City Council, Centrepoint, Caritas Anchor House, the Cardinal Hume Centre and SHP. He manages and facilitates the Westminster Homelessness Partnership, which brings the council together with service providers from the voluntary and health sectors to work together to tackle rough sleeping.

Dominic has over thirty years’ experience working to tackle homelessness, substance use, trauma and reoffending. His most recent roles include executive director at St Mungo’s – where he had responsibility for policy, research, business insight, quality, diversity and inclusion, safeguarding and client involvement. Prior to that he was chief executive at Revolving Doors Agency, where he worked closely with the National Lottery team on the design of the Fulfilling Lives Programme and supported NHS England in the development and roll out of the national Liaison and Diversion service model. His roles also include director of policy and good practice at Homeless Link, manager of a complex needs hostel at Providence Row, regional manager at Shelter, and as a specialist adviser at MHCLG (now DLUHC).

Dominic is passionate about coproduction and served as the chair of the board of trustees at Groundswell. He is also interested in how we use data and research to create stories and insights that can inform service innovation, policy development and system change.

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