Louisa Hrabowy

UK Lead, Access to Culture

Louisa works on the Foundation’s international Access to Culture Programme, leading the grant-making activities of the UK Branch and working in collaboration with Head Office colleagues. The UK Branch Access to Culture grant-making focuses on issues of citizen leadership, place-based culture as a driver of climate action and the civic role of arts organisations.

Louisa began her career at the UK Department for International Development in 2004 managing sustainable development programmes and policies, including postings to Warsaw, Brussels and South Africa. A career change in 2015 saw Louisa gain a Masters (Distinction) in Cultural Policy, Relations and Diplomacy from Goldsmiths University followed by a move to local government managing the Ramsgate Heritage Action Zone regeneration and placemaking programme. Louisa is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.

Updated on 19 february 2024

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