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Fiona Reynolds - The National Trust
- Posted: 8th March, 2010
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has been Director-General of the National Trust since January 2001. Before taking up the post she was Director of the Women’s Unit in the Cabinet Office and was previously Director of the Council for the Protection of Rural England and Secretary to the Council for National Parks.
Fiona has been involved with the Trust for many years on Council, the Thames and Chilterns regional committee and she chaired the local committee for Sutton House in Hackney.
On arriving at the National Trust Fiona outlined three priorities for the organisation: to show leadership in the regeneration of the countryside and where we can in our towns; to develop our work in education and lifelong learning and to deepen our understanding of the meaning and value of cultural heritage.
Fiona was awarded the CBE for services to the environment and conservation in 1998. Fiona later received a DBE at the beginning of 2008 for services to heritage and to conservation.back to top »