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Announcing our 2018 Emerging Leaders

We are delighted to announce details of our new cohort of high-performing Third Sector leaders who will participate on our intensive six-month Emerging Leader programme this autumn.

Built around our Leadership Capabilities Framework, the programme will programme will focus on empowering participants to tackle 21st Century social challenges through collaboration and generous leadership.

Using a range of tools and techniques that include an assessment on personal strengths, Action Learning Sets, team residentials, leadership coaching and ‘real world’ challenges, participants develop their own individual Leadership Development Plan, turning insights obtained across the programmes into practical action to become more effective and enable high performance within their team.

The programme is generously supported by a range of funders who are supporting participants across a range of sectors.

Our Emerging Leaders for 2018 are:

Migrant and Refugee sector, supported by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation

  • Ciaran Price, Migrants Resource Centre
  • Frances Trevena, Coram Children's Legal Centre
  • Karen Canty, Freelance/ Citizens UK
  • Katie Fennell, Central England Law Centre
  • Katie McSherry, Asylum Matters
  • Rosie Tapsfield, The Children's Society

Older People and Improving Later Life, supported by The John Ellerman Foundation & The Tudor Trust

  • Catherine O'Keeffe, Redbridge Carers Support Service (RCSS)
  • Dan Lyus, WE Care and Repair Limited
  • Rachael Docking, Centre for Ageing Better
  • Sophie Clarke, The Reader

Housing, Homelessness and Health cohort, in partnership with The Centre for Housing and Homelessness Impact, supported by The Health Foundation, The Oak Foundation and the National Housing Federation:

  • Francesca Albanese, Crisis
  • James Boultbee, Wycombe Homeless Connection
  • Hilary Burkitt, Shelter
  • Nicola Harwood, Depaul UK
  • Tricia Imrie, Simon Community Scotland
  • Matthieu Lambert, Hope into Action: Black Country
  • Kate McCauley, Housing Rights
  • Kirsty McKechnie, Child Poverty Action Group in Scotland
  • Melissa Mean, Knowle West Media Centre
  • David Parker-Radford, The Queen's Nursing Institute
  • Meghan Roach, New Horizon Youth Centre
  • Brian Robson, Joseph Rowntree Foundation
  • Rachael Smart, Paragon Asra Housing Ltd
  • Charlotte Turner, Social Bite
  • Tassie Weaver, Making Every Adult Matter (Homeless Link)
  • Dionne Charlotte Williams, Single Homeless Prevention Service

Participants from other sectors:

  • Graeme McKerracher, Vox Liminis
  • Katharine Langford, Guy's and St. Thomas
  • Kristina Barrick, Scope
  • Sacha Rose-Smith, Big Lottery Fund
  • Syreeta Allen, King's College London
  • Thomas Donegan, SpecialEffect
  • Vicki Papworth, UK Community Foundations
  • Lisa Meaney, Marsh and Micklefield Big Local

For full details of our new partnership with the Centre For Housing and Homelessness Impact, please see here.

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