Nick Hart

Head of Corporate Social Responsibility, Turner Broadcasting EMEA

Nick Hart was appointed Head of Corporate Social Responsibility for Turner Broadcasting EMEA in June 2006. His remit includes diversity, environmental, , volunteering and charitable contributions for brands including CNN, TCM and Cartoon Network. He created Turner’s award-winning African School Building project and to date facilities have been built and paid for by staff fundraising in Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Rwanda, Tanzania and Zambia.

This is Nick’s third job at Turner where he was previously responsible for publicity for the entertainment channels and where he founded and ran Classic Shorts, which as part of the London Film Festival became one of the most important short film prizes in Europe with judges including Bernardo Bertolucci, Stephen Woolley, Ridley Scott, Hugh Grant and Ewan McGregor. He started his career as deputy editor of film magazine Movie Star before launching communications specialists WHD and has associate producer credits on two television series. He then moved to BSB (now BSkyB), MBC and Channel One TV and joined Turner in 1999.

Nick is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and publications include contributions to ‘Driving Corporate Responsibility’ (Thomson Reuters/Aspatore 2014), ‘Diverse Britain’ (St James’s House 2011) and ‘Buried Treasure’ (Greenleaf 2008). He has awards and finalist places from the World CSR Congress, Business Charity Awards, National CSR Awards, International Business Awards and others.

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