HEY100 Emerging Leader cohort announced, plus recruitment for New To Management Programme now live

Clore Social Leadership has today announced the names of the twenty-eight social and cultural sector leaders that will join the HEY100 Emerging Leader Programme. The seven-month programme for high-performing managers and emerging leaders in Hull and East Yorkshire will run from May - November 2018. Based on Clore Social Leadership’s sector leading development programmes, it will provide participant with the skills necessary to succeed as a leader in the social and cultural sectors.

The announcement coincides withthe opening of applications for the HEY100 New To Management programme, which is aimed at the new managers and future leaders of HEY’s social and cultural sectors. Running from August - November the New To Management programme will train participants in the skills and techniques of effective management, and challenge them to develop solutions to some of the issues facing their sectors and communities. Those interested should apply at ahead of the closing date on 29 May.

The twenty-eight successful HEY100 Emerging Leaders are:

  • Jane Craig, Dyslexia Sparks
  • Matthew Soare, Hull Culture and Leisure
  • Christian Purcell, DropPoint
  • Ruth Puckering, Hull Truck Theatre
  • Roisha Wardlaw, Hull Culture and Leisure
  • Amy Knight, Say It
  • Helen Goodman, Hull UK City of Culture 2017
  • Matthew Fawcett, Meeting New Horizons
  • Harriet Johnson, Hull UK City of Culture 2017
  • Karen Tozer, Groundwork
  • Jo Lorenz, St. Michael's Youth Project
  • Victoria Winterton, Hull and East Yorkshire Smile Foundation
  • Gary Sainty, Active Humber
  • Samuel Chegwin, Pathway Plus
  • Caroline East, Child Dynamix
  • Kate Macdonald, TimeBank Hull and East Riding
  • Beth Goddard, EFL Trust
  • Derek Pye, H&DAA
  • Lizzie Darnell-Wragg, Child Dynamix
  • Simon Wilson, Hull University
  • David Alcock, Heritage Learning
  • Vivienne Blackledge, Cornerhouse
  • Claire Drury, Back to Ours
  • James Trowsdale, Hull UK City of Culture 2017
  • Cheryl Price, The Green Team
  • Natasha Barley, Hull Children's University
  • Chloe Birr-Pixton, Hull University Students Union
  • Mungo Beaumont, Middle Child Theatre Company

The HEY100 Leadership Programme was developed with the support of the Big Lottery Fund, The Rank Foundation, Arts Council England and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. HEY100 is ‘place-based’ in its approach and has been developed with a steering group of cultural and social sector leaders and stakeholders from Hull and East Yorkshire. The year-long programme will run throughout 2018, and includes training for community leaders, those who are new to managents, CEOs and trustees.

Earlier this year, two hundred people attended the HEY100 launch event in Hull with leadership insights from Jamie Peacock MBE, Dawn Austwick OBE, Helen Bissett, David Sanderson MBE and JJ Tatten. Those interested in participating in the programme can find details on the HEY100 website:

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