HEY100 is a Clore Social Leadership initiative that, throughout 2018, will provide free leadership and management training to the voluntary, cultural and community enterprise sectors in Hull and East Yorkshire.
Supported by the Big Lottery Fund, The Rank Foundation, Arts Council England, and the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation (UK Branch), the programme has been developed with and for social and cultural leaders in the region.
HEY100 consists of five core programmes for managers and leaders of all levels of experience, ranging from new managers to board-level trustees.
Clore Social Leadership
Clore Social Leadership is a charity committed to social change. We find and develop leaders with a
social purpose so that they can transform their communities, organisations and the world
around them. In addition to HEY100, we run a number of national leadership development programmes and have a community of over 150 social leadership Fellows.
Helen Rhodes - HEY100 Project Manager
Helen is HEY100's Project Manager. She's supported by Clore Social's core team in London.
She has over 24 years' experience working with or within the voluntary and community sector, managing and delivering high quality provision that meets the needs of some of the most marginalised people across Yorkshire and the Humber.
For the last 9 years Helen has worked as a consultant with organisations across the whole of the Yorkshire and Humber region in numerous settings including: Rotherham’s Children, Voluntary Sector Consortium, Humber Learning Consortium, Nova Wakefield, York CVS, Your Consortium Knaresborough, Community First Yorkshire.
In 2007/9 Helen completed a Master’s Degree in Business Administration (MBA) University of Wales. And in 2006 Executive Diploma in Strategic Management (MCMI)