Clore Leadership Programme
Clore Leadership Programme
 
 

Clore People

 
 

Clore Mentors

Clore Mentors

Sonita Alleyne

London Legacy Development Corporation

Sonita Alleyne is the founder of The Yes Programme, a unique online service that helps school pupils make career decisions by giving them an insight into how classroom skills translate to the real world.

 

Sonita currently holds a number of non-executive board roles including the London Legacy Development Corporation, British Board of Film Classification, Archant Media Group, the Cultural Capital Fund. She is also a member of the BBC Trust.

 

 Previous board roles include the National Employment Panel and the London Skills and Employment Board, Chair of the Radio Sector Skills Council and non-executive director of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport and being a member of the Court of Governors at the University of the Arts London. Sonita Alleyne also founded the production company Somethin' Else and led it as Chief Executive from 1991 until 2009.

 

Brought up in east London. Sonita won the Carlton Multicultural Achievement Award for TV and Radio in 2002 and is a Fellow of The Royal Society of the Arts and the Radio Academy. Sonita is an Ambassador for Street Kids International and was awarded an OBE for services to broadcasting in November 2003.

 

Mentor to:
Fraga, Eduardo
Johnston, Sholeh
Stonock, Lois

< back        next 

 Sandy Nairne, CBE
Contributors
Trustees
Clore Mentors

Sandy Nairne, CBE
Clore Leadership Programme
Chair

 

 Sally Tallant
Clore Mentors

Sally Tallant
Liverpool Biennial
Director

 

 Kim Evans
Clore Mentors

Kim Evans
Clean Break
Chair

 

 
 
 

The Clore Leadership Programme, South Building, Somerset House, Strand, London, WC2R 1LA
Telephone: 00 44 (0) 20 7420 9430
Email: info@cloreleadership.org

Registered Charity Number 1105210
Company Limited by Guarantee in England and Wales Registered Number 5083008; VAT Number 882463303

 

Arts Council England     The Clore Duffield Foundation