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Rosie Arnold named new president of D&AD

Rosie Arnold, creative director of BBH has been named as the new president of D&AD, replacing outgoing president Sanky.

Rosie Arnold

Arnold takes on the presidency for the 50th anniversary of the creative organisation, and is only the second woman to be elected president.

Her role as president will see Arnold organise a series of lectures from senior women in the creative sector from the likes of Jaimie Purlman, art director at Vogue; Alexandra Taylor, former head of art at Saatchi and sociologist Patricia Moore, at venues in London and Manchester.

Meanwhile, Neville Brody, dean of the College of Art, has been named as vice president, taking over the role from Arnold.

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