New Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy Recruits Mentioned in Civil Society

9th April, 2018

David Johnson has been appointed head of programme at Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy. Johnson is one of three new appointments announced by the organisation.

Johnson joins from the Albany Theatre in Deptford, South London where he was previously head of development. A member of the Institute of Fundraising, Johnson was also previously head of business development at the Arts Centre Stockton.

He has already been involved with Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy as a voluntary regional fundraising coordinator for London.

Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy have also appointed Lynsey Rowe on a 12-month secondment from her current position at the Arts Council England as head of strategic projects.

Prior to working with Arts Council England, Rowe also worked for the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art and with Amnesty International.

Paul Amadi is the final of three new appointments announced by Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy.

Amadi, who is currently director of fundraising and engagement at the MS Society, has joined the organisation’s non-executive scrutiny committee. He has also been made a non-executive director of Arts Fundraising and Philanthropy’s lead partner Cause4.

Amadi has previously been director of fundraising at both the NSPCC and Diabetes UK, and has also been chair of the Institute of Fundraising and the international Fundraising Congress. He is also a founding member of the Black Fundraisers’ Network.

 

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“Arts Fundraising & Philanthropy has changed the game for arts fundraising as Clore did for leadership.”

Phil Gibby, Director Arts Council England, South West