CPC Developing Leaders

Collaboration: Place: Change Developing Leaders is a cultural leadership development programme for cultural leaders or senior managers with 5+ years’ experience all of whom are living and/or working in Norfolk or Suffolk. The programme will equip the participants with the skills, knowledge and peer group collaboration to enable positive leadership change and development on an individual, organisational and sector level.

The programme consists of a series of facilitated sessions (January – October 2021). Using a combination of day sessions and residentials, the group will have access to workshops designed to facilitate their development as cultural leaders.

Meet our Collaboration: Place: Change Developing Leaders cohort, who will work together during 2021:

  • Ruby Clark (National Trust East of England)
  • Louise Cole (Freelance Creative Producer, Liminal Creative)
  • Mark Denbigh (Norfolk & Norwich Festival)
  • Julia Devonshire (Freelance Cultural Producer)
  • Liz Downie (Freelance Creative Producer)
  • Dulce Duca (Freelance Director, Artist, Producer)
  • Lucy Enskat (Hocus Pocus Theatre)
  • Simon Floyd (Freelance Community Theatre Maker, The Common Lot)
  • Becca Gibbs (Freelance Creative Producer)
  • Anna Goode (British Centre for Literary Translation)
  • Clare Hubery (Norwich City Council)
  • Karen Jeremiah (Creative Arts East)
  • Alice Kent (National Centre for Writing)
  • Daisy Lees (Arts La’Olam / Art Eat Events CIC)
  • Jacqui Mackay (Frozen Light)
  • Melissa Matthews (Suffolk Libraries)
  • Emily Phillips (SeaChange Arts)
  • Cad Taylor (South Street kids, Ipswich Community Media / BBC Radio Suffolk)
  • Emma Zangs (Freelance Choreographer / Movement & Communication Coach)
  • Nadine Zubair (University of East Anglia)

Nicola Naismith, Project Manager, said:

‘We are delighted to announce our Collaboration: Place: Change Developing Leader participants from across Norfolk and Suffolk, who bring with them a wide of range of knowledge from theatre, libraries, music, education, heritage, performance, participatory arts and events. Each participant will be supported with a programme of leadership development which will complement their individual and collaborative leadership ambitions for the region and beyond.’