Lunchtime Dialogue with Augusta Quiney
Start Time: 1:00 pm
End Time: 2:00 pm
Location: Ballroom, 7 Bedford Square, London, WC1B 3RA
Join us in our next discussion with Augusta Quiney, Head of Global Arts and Strategic Partnerships at Amnesty International.
This dialogue will examine the crucial role played by creativity in strategic planning and explore how human rights are fundamental building blocks in successful businesses and organisations.
Open to everyone – students, staff, alumni and everyone outside of Bloomsbury Institute – you can book your free place now on Eventbrite.
Augusta Quiney is Head of Global Arts and Strategic Partnerships at Amnesty International, leading on strategies that create and access platforms where artists of all disciplines inspire people to take action for human rights. She is also responsible for the Ambassador of Conscience Award, Amnesty International’s highest honour, recognising individuals who have promoted and enhanced the cause of human rights through their lives and by example.
Augusta has worked with many influential people and artists throughout her career, including Greta Thunberg, Colin Kaepernick, Alicia Keys, Ed Sheeran and Rudimental.
Prior to joining Amnesty, Augusta was the founding director of an award-winning music strategy consultancy, production company and music publisher supplying top-tier international advertising agencies and their clients for over a decade. She also draws on previous experience working with high-profile recording artists gained in various music industry roles that include Production Manager for multi-Grammy award-winning record producer Trevor Horn CBE and A&R Manager at artist management company ie:Music.
After the discussion there will be opportunity to network and meet Augusta over lunch.
Please arrive 10 minutes before the dialogue begins.