Clore Social Leadership Programme appoints new 17 fellows

Participants will receive intensive leadership training and mentoring

Anand Shukla, chief executive of the Daycare Trust, has become a fellow
Anand Shukla, chief executive of the Daycare Trust, has become a fellow

The Clore Social Leadership Programme has appointed 17 new fellows for 2012.

The programme was established in 2008 to improve the quality of leadership in the third sector.

Each fellow will design his or her leadership programme and then receive intensive training, coaching and mentoring to help them achieve their goals. They will also take part in a one-week residential course.

Some will study full-time for one year; others will complete the programme on a part-time basis over two years.

The latest intake, which includes Anand Shukla, chief executive of the Daycare Trust, Ruth Scott, director of policy and campaigns at Scope, and Susan Murray, assistant director of public affairs at the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations, brings the total number of fellows since the programme began to 47.

"Social purpose organisations need confident, capable and innovative leadership," said Dame Mary Marsh, founding director of the programme. "There could not be a more significant time to ensure that we secure this."

The Clore Duffield Foundation is contributing £2m for the first four years of the programme.

Other funders for 2012 include the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation, the Monument Trust, Nesta and the Pears Foundation.

The full list of new fellow:

Sam Anderson, manager, The Junction, Edinburgh

Caroline Broadhurst, director, community care projects, The Rank Foundation, Preston

Ivo Gormley, creative director, thinkpublic, London

Aftab Hussain, chief operating officer, Stone Soup CIC, Nottingham

Caroline Hukins, chief executive, The Harbour, Bristol

Owen Jarvis, director, The Aspire Foundation, London

Omar Khan, head of policy research, Runnymede Trust, London

Bethia McNeil, programme leader for youth transitions, The Young Foundation, London

Jitka Markova, centre manager, The Arbour, London

Marie Mumby, chief operating officer, Keyfund, Newcastle

Susan Murray, assistant director of public affairs, Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations, Edinburgh

Bally Sappal, programme manager, Neet re-engagement, Central London Connexions, London

Ruth Scott, director of policy & campaigns, Scope, London

Anand Shukla, chief executive, Daycare Trust, London

Eleanor Southwood, trustee, RNIB, London

Mark Walton, co-director of partnerships & innovation, Community Development Foundation, London

Richard Wilson, director, Izwe, London

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