NKCC is delighted to announce that Patrick Ibbotson will be shortly joining NKCC as a full time Project Manager. Patrick will have responsibility for overseeing current NKCC projects, developing new initiatives for the company and supporting NKCC, its consultants and its Managing Director, Naomi Korn.
Patrick will be coming to NKCC from the Museum of London, where he has worked for over four years managing the relationships with donors, including corporations, trusts, foundations and individuals. Prior to the Museum of London, Patrick worked at The Big Give, an online giving platform founded by Sir Alec Reed. Patrick attended Leeds University where he studied English Literature and Philosophy, and Lille University where he spent a year with the Erasmus programme. He is a keen film fan, and produced documentaries during his time at university, one of which won a 02 Media Award. He is a lifelong fan and season ticket holder of Leeds United.
Patrick Ibbotson: “I am really excited to now be a part of NKCC! It’s a great company and I’m looking forward to getting to know NKCC’s clients and helping the company develop”.
Naomi Korn: “Its great to have Patrick on board. He’s got tremendous skills and I’m confident that as part of the NKCC team, the company will continue to grow, providing the excellent services in copyright, GDPR and information law for which we are known”.
Patrick will be starting at NKCC on 12th February 2018. His first day will be spent with Naomi Korn and Professor Charles Oppenheim at the National Museums of Scotland in Edinburgh.