Nathalie De Potter
Nathalie has over 20 years professional experience in the City, operating at board level as the Chief Operating Officer for a management consultancy. She built her career delivering large scale programs for one of the “Big 4” consultancies, a global retail bank and a major insurer. Nathalie enjoys the complexities of working with interdisciplinary teams in different locations and operating in a constantly changing environment.
Having always been actively engaged in ballet and music from a young age (but sadly lacking the talent to excel) and with a love for the arts, Nathalie decided to combine her professional skills and experience with her passion and leave her career in the City to work in the arts sector. She is completing the Executive Masters for Cultural Leadership, launched in 2019 by the Royal Academy of Arts and the University of Maastricht. Nathalie has an Economics and Business Management degree from the KUL (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium) and an MBA (KUL).
Nathalie has been a trustee of the Bank Workers Charity since 2012, a health and wellbeing charity for current and former bank workers and their families, and has recently joined the trustee board of The Lightbox, an award-winning art gallery and heritage museum based in Woking.