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Become a Fellowship Councillor for Wales

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Join the Fellowship Council to help enable and support local activity in Wales.

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.

This role will be focused on enabling and supporting local activity. It is an outward facing role with time spent helping other Fellows get activity off the ground, whether that’s events, networks, or projects. This role will sit on both the Welsh Advisory Board and the Fellowship Council.  

The role also encompasses an advisory role to the RSA from the perspective of the Fellowship, to help and encourage Fellowship activity on the ground and to provide a two way communication channel to Fellows and to the organisation. The Fellowship Council will also provide strategic direction in supporting Fellows in their areas, including funding priorities.  

Role Description for Fellowship Councillors.docx

We will be gathering potential Fellowship Council candidates over the next 6 weeks, then the Chair of the Fellowship Council will make a recommendation to the Trustee Board in consultation with the Chair of the Wales Advisory Board and existing Fellowship Councillor.

If you are interested in this role, please contact Leonie Ramondt FRSA, Fellowship Councillor for Wales, ([email protected]) or Lou Matter, Area Manager for Wales ([email protected]) for an informal chat.

 

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