Senior Fundraising Fellowship
Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy announces its Senior Fundraising Fellows of 2022
Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy has announced the 10 Senior Fundraising Fellows who will undertake the acclaimed year-long Fellowship in its 10th year throughout 2022/23.
Following on from a successful Senior Fellowship in 2021, the Programme has recruited a second cohort of senior arts fundraising professionals to come together for a year of shared learning, individual development and the completion of a Post Graduate Certificate in Arts Fundraising and Leadership at the University of Leeds.
Our Senior Fellows will be supported to navigate fundraising and leadership in the connect of exceptionally complex world issues, whilst refining and honing their skills and networks. The Fellows come from a broad range of artforms and cultural organisations from across the country.
Michelle Wright, Programme Director of Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy said:
“After the fantastic cohort of Senior Fellows last year, we felt it was critical to offer a further group of leaders the opportunity to come together in support of the ongoing challenges of retaining talented fundraisers in the sector, and supporting a new group to respond to the myriad of opportunities and challenges they face in the post pandemic world. Thank you to Arts Council England for their dedicated support of this programme over the last 10 years. We are excited about the year ahead, working with this talented group of fundraising leaders.”
Following a competitive round of applications, the Fellowship started in July 2022 and will run to June 2023. See details below of our new Senior Fellows.