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Archbishop of Canterbury's new Secretary for Public Affairs

Posted on: December 21, 2011 10:07 AM
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From Lambeth Palace

The Archbishop of Canterbury, Dr Rowan Williams, is delighted to announce the appointment of Kay Brock LVO DL as his new Secretary for Public Affairs, based at Lambeth Palace.

Kay Brock brings with her a wealth of public affairs experience having spent time in a variety of senior roles, including Chief of Staff to six Lord Mayors of London and Assistant Private Secretary to the Queen. She also brings an international understanding to the post having worked throughout the 1990s on economic aid to ex-communist countries in eastern Europe.

Speaking about her new position, Kay said: “Now that many people are re-examining the values by which we live, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s role in our society and internationally has more relevance than ever. I feel honoured to be given the opportunity to assist the Archbishop in his valuable work within the church and in the public sphere”.

Kay has a degree from Oxford University and a MBA from the London Business School and holds various voluntary positions such as Chair of the charity Dance United, a trustee of the Academy of Ancient Music, and is also a Deputy Lieutenant for Greater London.