Meet your RSA Central Fellowship Councillors

Fellowship Event

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  • People & place
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  • Fellowship in Action

You are warmly invited to meet your new Fellowship Councillors for Central England.

Dr Matthias Hillner lives in Cambridgeshire. Before his appointment as Associate Professor for Design at Anglia Ruskin University in 2021, he worked in London and in Singapore.

Jackie Norton lives in Worcester and is an Associate Professor (International) and a Faculty Director of International Partnerships at Birmingham City University. She has a background in design.

We’ll hear from our Fellowship Councillors about their journeys to the RSA, and share ideas and priorities for collaboration across the region, with plenty of time for questions and discussion. If you’re interested in engaging or re-engaging with the RSA, this is a good opportunity to hear about what’s planned, and how to get involved.

Co-hosted by Lianna Etkind, Central Area and Fellowship Engagement Manager.

The event is free to attend and open to all, Fellows and non-Fellows. We hope you can join us!

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Upcoming Central England Fellowship events

  • Central Changemakers 2023

    Fellowship Event


    Our Central Changemakers series offers an interactive space to hear from changemakers and to meet Fellows from across the region.

  • Norwich Black History Walk

    Fellowship Event

    The Bell Hotel, Norwich, NR1 3QB

    Join local historian Paul Dickson to celebrate the diverse history of Norwich and Norfolk.