*A Fellowship Council Working Group* A space for Fellowship Council members and other interested Fellows to examine and discuss the development of partnerships that the RSA has with other organisations.
Philanthropy is defined as the desire to promote the welfare of others.This group is initially looking at ethics, opportunities by sharing stories, skills and learning.Working with Cultivate we are running a series of roundtable sessions to start the philanthropy conversation. See More
Dr. May Seitanidi is a Senior Lecturer at Hull University Business, specialising in Corporate Social Responsibility.Her research focuses on social partnerships between business and nonprofit organisations, with an emphasis on their role as facilitating agents of organisational and social change. She is interested in sustainability and corporate social responsibility and the functional role of conflict in achieving sustainable social outcomes across economic sectors.
May is a visiting Fellow at the International Centre for Corporate Social Responsibility (ICCSR) at the Nottingham University Business School since 2006; she has acted as an External Examiner for the University of Hertfordshire in CSR and Strategy.
She is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) and she serves on the editorial review boards of the Journal of Business Ethics and the Journal of Nonprofit and Public Sector Marketing.
She was elected in 2011 as a Fellow of the RSA- Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures & Commerce, London, UK
May was the founder of the Hellenic Sponsorship Centre, the publisher of the award winning magazine “Sponsors & Sponsorships”, and currently the Editor of the NBP Bulletin, a unique e-publication in the field of partnerships. In 2005 she established an independent group on NPO-BUS Partnerships which numbers over 350 professionals and academics interested in cross sector social interactions around the world. In 2007 she organised the 1st International Symposium on Cross Sector Social interactions, titled: “The Future Challenges of Cross Sector Interactions: Interactions between Nonprofit and Business as Complex Evolving Systems” with the LSE Complexity Programme and the Brunel Social Inclusion Network. In 2010 she organised the 2nd International Symposium on Cross Sector Social Interactions, titled: “Re-Imagining Partnerships for the Global Social Good”.
Influential author and speaker Dr Brené Brown tackles the myth that vulnerability is a weakness. Instead, she argues, it is the clearest path to courage and meaningful connection, and has the power to transform the way we engage and educate.
With many of us facing an ever greater pace of change in our personal and working lives, leadership adviser and educator Richard Gerver reveals how to adapt and thrive - not to fear change but to see it as an opportunity for creative reinvention
To mark the launch of a new RSA pamphlet, we bring together an expert panel to discuss the growing use of digital money worldwide, highlight its potential and consider the issues that will facilitate or hamper its reach.