Anna Jobson

Director of Change Management, University of the Arts, London, UK
"Join me alongside other GCDN members where we will uncover the transformation of urban spaces into cultural and educational districts to build a creative economy. I will also be giving insights on the East Bank at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park that I am currently overseeing. Learn more on the overview page and register now to be part of this."

East Bank at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London is currently being developed over two sites as part of the legacy of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games

Anna Jobson has worked in the arts and cultural sector for over two decades and is a specialist in strategy and policy development, and change management. She began her career at Tate, working there for over a decade, ultimately as Head of the Director's Office, and then went to Arts Council England as Director, Strategy. An international move in 2012 saw Anna undertaking major consulting assignments for the Museum of Contemporary Art, Australia, and the Sydney Opera House, before joining the team at MCA in an interim leadership role. Since moving back to London in 2014, Anna has combined freelance work for a wide range of clients around the world with a change leadership role at the University of Arts London. In this role, she is leading the move of London College of Fashion to East Bank, as part of the legacy of the London 2012 Olympics, and overseeing the transformation of LCF while contributing to this major new  cultural and educational destination in London.