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The Advisory Board is chaired by Professor Dame Alison Richard, formerly Provost of Yale University and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge. Professor Bertil Andersson, formerly President of Nanyang Technological University and Professor Glyn Davies, Chief Executive of the Paul Ramsay Foundation.
Perrett Laver is committed to working with organizations and sectors that have a transformative impact on society.
Dr Spence has been Vice-Chancellor of the University of Sydney since July 2008. Under his leadership, it has risen to first in Australia and fourth in the world for graduate employability. He has embedded diversity and inclusion in the university’s culture, delivered significant investment in multi-disciplinary research activity, transformed the undergraduate experience and created strategic
April 27, 2019 – NYU President Andrew Hamilton today announced the appointment of Mariët Westermann — Executive Vice President of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, former provost of NYU Abu Dhabi, former director of NYU’s Institute of Fine Arts, and art historian — as the Vice Chancellor of NYU Abu Dhabi, effective August 1, 2019.
Sonita Alleyne OBE FRA FRSA has been elected as the next Master of Jesus College. She will take up the role from 1 October 2019, coinciding with the College’s 40th anniversary of co-education. The 41st Master and first woman to lead Jesus College since its foundation in 1496, Sonita succeeds Professor Ian White FREng, who
The Tate Americas Foundation is delighted to announce that Catherine Carver Dunn has been appointed as its new Executive Director. She will take up the appointment in late February 2019. Currently Deputy Director, Advancement at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, Dunn brings over 30 years’ experience at the heart of the New York cultural and
16 October 2019 – The Supervisory Board of the Van Gogh Museum announced today that Emilie Gordenker has been appointed General Director of the Van Gogh Museum. As of 1 February 2020 she will succeed the former General Director Axel Rüger, who is – as of 1 June 2019 – Secretary and CEO at the