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Women trailblazers in the cultural and creative industries celebrated

10th March 2010

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Women trailblazers in the cultural and creative industries celebrated. Cultural Leadership Programme publishes  inaugural ‘Women to Watch’ list

The Cultural Leadership Programme (CLP) has today (10 March) unveiled its first-ever list of ‘Women to Watch’. Featuring 50 female leaders, directors, producers and curators from across the UK, the list celebrates women who are who are already making a huge contribution to the rich cultural life of the UK, and have the potential to rise to the very top.

In the coming years, these ‘Women to Watch’ will be leading the way in design, libraries, literature, museums, heritage, music, performing and visual arts, the historic environment and creative businesses; redressing the gender balance at senior leadership levels in the cultural and creative sector.

The list also celebrates the rich diversity of women in the sector, highlighting talent from a variety of backgrounds - from independent consultants to business directors and those working within some of our leading organisations - and aims to inspire future generations to be equally dynamic and ambitious. 

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