Clore Leadership Programme selects new fellows

Arts and heritage sector intake includes Claire Antrobus and Lucinda Jarrett

Nineteen people have become the latest fellows on a charity programme designed to improve leadership in the arts, the heritage sector and museums.

The Clore Leadership Programme, run by the Clore Duffield Foundation, was established in 2003 to train leaders in the cultural sector.

The fellows, who will receive bespoke one-year training, include Claire Antrobus, former head of sustainable funding at the NCVO and head of arts at the British Council, and Lucinda Jarrett, chief executive of the arts charity Rosetta Life.

About 70 candidates were interviewed for the fellowships.

Sir John Tusa, chair of the programme, said it had chosen "19 outstanding fellows who represent the nations in all their diversity, the regions, the art forms and the huge range of organisations that underpin the arts in the United Kingdom".

In the autumn, the Clore Duffield Foundation will announce the first 15 fellows for its new social leadership programme, which has been set up to improve the quality of third sector leadership.

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