This podcast is the fourth in a mini-series where influential urban leaders talk to FoL's alumni about staying resilient and effective during the Covid crisis.
Guest: Nazeya Hussain, Executive Director of Place, RB Kingston
Interviewer: Laura Davy, Neighbourhood Regeneration Manager, LB Lambeth
Producer: Oli Pinch, Future of London
Find out more about the Alumni Network and get involved in FoL's Covid-19 response and recovery programme: Learning from Crisis
About Future of London
Future of London helps build better cities through knowledge, networks and leadership – across disciplines, organisations and sectors. We are the capital’s independent network for regeneration, housing, infrastructure and economic development practitioners, with 4,000+ professionals using FoL as a hub for sector intelligence, connection and professional development, and a mandate to prepare the next wave of cross-sector city leaders. futureoflondon.org.uk | @futureofldn | FutureofLondon
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