Greta Rossi FRSA co-founded the Akasa Innovation to help young people flourish. She wants to connect with Fellows about her new campaign, (50) Days of Summer and create a course in sustainability leadership for young people.
We are currently looking to strengthen the RSA Academies Board by appointing new Trustees and co-optees to the Board. We are especially keen to hear from those with business, fundraising and employability expertise.
RSA Engage events are run by the Regional team and are an excellent opportunities to find out about Fellows' activity making an impact on the local area. We are looking for venues around the country who might be prepared to host Engage events.
Ruth Jindal has been the Fellowship Councillor for the East Midlands for the last three years. She talks here of her time involved with the council and what inspires her in life and in her work.
Eidi Cruz-Valdivieso FRSA runs Global Citizen, a programme helping incentivise the world's best social entrepreneurs. She is also the RSA Connector for Mexico. Eidi wants to enable the passions of those that seek to develop real solutions to humanity’s most pressing issues.
The RSA's City Growth Commission continues to have an influence. George Osborne, the UK's Chancellor of the Exchequer, mentioned the commission in his speech last week saying the UK “needs to bring the cities of the north together as a team – that’s how Britain will beat the rest.”
Julie Dawson started Surf and Turf Camps in order to educate young people about technology and maths through the use of play. She was awarded a RSA Catalyst grant to run a pilot camp.
Kevin Drugan FRSA is currently working on a social enterprise which invests funds via the catering and hospitality sectors. Find out what inspires him and who he thinks should run the social economy.
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