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Director of development , London School of Economics
Fiona Kirk has been director of development at London School of Economics since 2008.
She was previously lead Imperial College’s development department. Before that she headed up development at English Heritage.
She worked in accounting firms for almost two decades before joining the Science Museum in 1996.
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