On joining one of our Leaders programmes, candidates are automatically part of the Future of London Alumni Network.
The network will reach 400 talented professionals in 2018, and is a platform for learning, socialising, connecting and career progression. Our alumni are delivering the housing, town centre, regen and infrastructure projects thatmake the capital more liveable, and they’re rising fast – four promotions in one 2016-17 round alone! We’re delighted to contribute to the development of these high-calibre professionals, and to have so many continue to actively engage with Future of London.
Alumni Network events
These bespoke events can explore more edgy territory than mainstream FoL events due to the closed forum. They’re designed and coordinated by alumni reps with support from Lovell and Ing media. Events are open to alumni (no matter where they work now) and their guests.
4 September, 6.30-8 pm – Overbury, 17 Gresse Street, London W1T 1QL
Network event: London’s Dirty Air
22 November, 8.30-10 am – tbc
Alternative Housing Delivery Models
Registration opens soon
Alumni are represented on FoL’s Steering Group. As of 2017, we have two pairs of two-year reps who overlap, to share the load and help build knowledge. These volunteers organise events, coordinate e-bulletins with news and vacancies, curate the LinkedIn group and serve as a voice for alumni and candidates. They have guaranteed spaces at Steering Group dinners and regular contact with FoL’s team, to forward ideas and concerns. This is a great experience, confidence- and CV-builder; to learn more, contact your reps. Current reps are:
Housing Strategy & Commissioning Manager, LB Haringey
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Head of Operations, Poplar HARCA
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Planning Policy Manager, Be First
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Acting Policy Manager – London Plan & Planning Obligations, Transport for London
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Other opportunities to stay involved include:
- Acting as one of four Alumni representatives on FoL’s Steering Group (two-year term, Nov start)
- Serving as one of two Alumni directors on Future of London’s board (three-year term – next up in 2019)
- Co-designing, speaking at or attending quarterly Alumni Network events
- Getting involved in the wider FoL programme, to gain exposure, learn and share ideas
- Posting vacancies to your peers – or finding jobs – via Alumni Network e-bulletins.
For more info, to get involved or to update your profile with promotions, moves or other news, contact email@example.com.
See here for a list of alumni.