Five new cultural consortia to support Clore Leadership Programme
30 July 2012
The National Archives is one of the major cultural organisations in the UK to show commitment to leadership development by joining together to support Fellowships on the Clore Leadership Programme for 2012-13.
The National Archives has taken the lead in developing two of five new consortia, one with the British Library and the London Metropolitan Archives, and a second grouping with the National Records of Scotland and the Public Record Office of Northern Ireland.
The latter consortium supports the 'National Archive Institutions Consortium Fellowship', which has been awarded to Emma Jay, Head of the Advice and Records Knowledge Editorial Team at The National Archives.
Oliver Morley, Chief Executive and Keeper, The National Archives, said: 'Nurturing the skills and talent of our sector is a key responsibility we share with all our consortia partners. Clore underpins our joint ambitions for the next generation of sector leaders and we are delighted to offer our support.'
The five consortia-supported Fellows from Archives, Heritage, Museums and the Performing Arts will begin the programme in September 2012, alongside 18 other Fellows from the UK and six International Fellows from Hong Kong, India and Jordan.
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