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UCL appoints three new members to its senior leadership team

28 October 2021

This week UCL announced the appointments of three new members to the senior leadership team.

(L-R) Paul Clark, Angharad Milenkovic, Kathleen Armour

Angharad Milenkovic takes up the position of Vice-President (Advancement), while Professor Kathleen Armour will join UCL as Vice-Provost (Education & Student Experience) in January 2022 and Paul Clark will join as Vice-President (Strategy) in Spring 2022.

The appointments come as UCL launches its 5-year strategy consultation, ahead of next week’s Hybrid Town Hall event with UCL President and Provost Dr Michael Spence.

Angharad Milenkovic

Angharad Milenkovic has been appointed as UCL’s new Vice-President of (Advancement), where she will spearhead the university’s philanthropy and alumni relations activity.

Angharad joined UCL in 2009 and has served as Director of Development since 2019, leading on the development and successful delivery of the It’s All Academic Campaign, which closed last year after exceeding its targets of £600m and 250,000 volunteer hours. A prominent figure in the international advancement sector, she is particularly expert in developing major gift programmes, legacy fundraising and securing complex major gifts.

Professor Kathleen Armour

Professor Kathleen Armour will join UCL in January 2022 as the new Vice-Provost (Education & Student Experience). Currently Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education) at the University of Birmingham, Professor Armour has extensive experience of leadership and research in education and professional learning.

She takes up a crucial role at UCL with responsibility for education leadership, the quality of student experience and planning for future possibilities in lifelong education.

Paul Clark

Paul Clark take up the post of Vice-President (Strategy) in Spring 2022. In this newly created role, Paul will build a team to work with departments and faculties to ensure that the university can realise its ambitions effectively and respond quickly to opportunities. He will work closely with UCL President & Provost Dr Michael Spence to develop and implement UCL’s new five year strategic plan.

Currently Chief Executive of the Higher Education Statistics Agency, Paul was previously Director of Policy at University UK and has senior management experience at a number of universities including the University of Oxford.

Composite image, L–R: Paul Clarke, Angharad Milenkovic, Kathleen Armour

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