Chair, BAFTA International Committee Former Director, BBC Academy Board Member, Women in Film & Television

Anne Morrison is Chair of BAFTA’s International Committee and formerly Chair of BAFTA from 2014 to 2016. She is Chair of Pearson College London, non-executive Director of Women in Film and Television and London and Partners, Trustee of the Charleston Trust and Watersprite Student Film Festival. She is also currently working part-time at the BBC as a Senior Hearing Manager on gender pay grievances and bullying and harassment cases.

She is executive producer of a feature documentary, released in 2017, on Manolo Blahnik, and speaks internationally on issues such as diversity, employability, talent development and creativity. She is an experienced executive coach and mentor.

Until 2014 she was Director of the BBC Academy, the BBC’s centre for training, which she launched in 2009.

Having been a producer/director, she held senior management positions for 20 years at the BBC, and, as Controller of Documentaries and Contemporary Factual, was responsible for hundreds of hours of factual television, including many award-winning programmes.

Anne was educated in Belfast and Churchill College, Cambridge.