The 11th cohort of Emerging Leaders arrived at Craxton Wood yesterday for a five-day intensive training. The participants will be provided with the essential knowledge and skills needed to take the next steps as an emerging cultural leader.
The course runs at the lovely Craxton Wood, near Chester from 18 -23rd March 2018. Participants will take part in sessions on topics including Coaching for Leadership, Governance, Difficult Conversations and Finance, alongside space for individual learning and talks from leaders in the sector.
The 11th Emerging Leaders cohort are:
Amaya Dent, Freelance Projects and Events Manager
Amy Carbonero, Marketing Manager, Mercury Theatre
Ben Vleminckx, Creative Director, Wiltshire Rural Music
Bhavini Goyate, Administrator,Young Vic Theatre
Bizzy Day, Executive Director, The Other Room
Carys Nelkon, Service Manager,Arts Emergency
Corinne Harrison, Library, Archive and Museum Services Administrator, Royal College of Physicians
Daniel Cooley, Centre for Advanced Training Manager,Dance East
Ella Snell, Living Knowledge Network Manager, The British Library
Ellice Stevens, Company Co-Director, Breach Theatre
Hannah Hamblin, Donor Relations Executive, English Heritage
Helen Slevin, Freelance Producer
Jack Haynes, Finance and Operations Manager, The Yard Theatre
Joel Moseley, Operations Finance Manager, The British Museum
Katy Price, Development Manager (Projects),Black Country Living Museum
Katy Roberts, Programme Manager/Key Youth Worker, Jack Drum Arts
Lindsay Harrod, Development Manager, Spitalfields Music
Phil Chandler, Trusts and Foundations Manager,London Symphony Orchestra
Rachael Harlow, Assistant Curator, South London Gallery
Rebecca Sexton, Project Co-ordinator, Multistory
Sarah-Jane Lewis, Events Project Manager,Royal Academy of Dance
Stella Toonen, Producer Public Engagement and Learning, Imperial War Museums
Steph Green, Freelance Young People and Community Theatre Practitioner
Tom Barnes, Director/ Producer,2Magpies Theatre and Co-Director,Lyth Arts Centre
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