Want to use your skills & experience to make a valuable contribution to the RSA? Apply to be a Fellowship Councillor by 8 June.
Fellowship Council elections take place this year for the upcoming two-year term, and we want a diverse cohort that will help lead and support Fellowship activity & RSA work. We’re looking for Fellows with experience of designing events and network building, developing and delivering successful projects, and supporting and developing people. Find out more about the roles on our website and apply by 8 June.
Fellowship Councillors play a key role in the RSA’s engagement with Fellows, helping us to nurture the best new ideas and ensuring that the Fellowship’s voice is heard within the organisation.
There are two types of Fellowship Councillor: thematic and area.
Six thematic Fellowship Councillors have been selected through an application process overseen by a panel of Fellowship Councillors and Trustees. They are chosen based on their high-level expertise and ability to contribute to each of the RSA’s thematic areas:
Creative Learning and Development
Economy, Enterprise and Manufacturing
- Jan Floyd-Douglass
- Ann Thorpe
Public Services and Communities
- Claire Haigh
- Brian McLeish
Area Fellowship Councillors enable and support local RSA activity. They are voted for by the Fellowship.
Fellowship Council Documents
- Fellowship Council terms of reference (PDF).
- The Fellowship Council meets quarterly. Find out what was discussed at previous Fellowship Council meetings.
- The RSA Fellowship Handbook (PDF) is designed to support Fellows taking a leadership role with the RSA including all who run Fellowship events, networks and groups. It includes processes to help design and run activity which contributes to enriching society through ideas and action.