Representative Deputy Lieutenant for the Borough of Camden

Ms Roxane Zand DL

Appointed Rep DL: 2020

Harvard and Oxford educated, Roxane Zand began a career in museum and arts administration after three years in UNESCO. She left Iran after the Revolution to resume professional activities in London in the field of education and the arts, and as one of the founding members of the Harvard Club of London. She was an officer of the Iran Heritage Foundation before moving to Asia House, as well as freelance consultancies for numerous projects for the British Museum and elsewhere in the art world before joining Sothebys in 2006 where she is now Deputy Chairman for the Middle East. Currently she sits on the Advisory Council of the Pictet Art Prize, roxane-zandthe Development Board of the University of the Arts London, and has been appointed as a Deputy Lieutenant in London. She is also arts editor for the Encyclpoedia Islamica. At Sothebys she has played an instrumental role in developing and contributing to sales of Arab and Iranian art, and has conducted a number of charity auctions to benefit causes in the MENA region.

 

 

Camden BoroughFurther information on the London Borough of Camden can be found at http://www.camden.gov.uk/

 

 

 


The Representative Deputy Lieutenant of Camden, Ms Roxane Zand attends Remembrance Sunday at St Pancras Church, Nov 14, 2021.

         


The Representative Deputy Lieutenant of Camden, Ms Roxane Zand  attends the Camden and Islington wreath laying service at the war memorial and civilian memorial – St Pancras Cemetery, Islington & Camden, 278 High Road, Finchley, N2 9AG.

   


Representative Deputy Lieutenant of Camden, Ms Roxane Zand and the Mayor of Camden visited JW3, as part of the Covid Heroes initiative, to hear more about  the volunteer programme, the Food Bank, the distribution challenges, and other topics.

 

         


Representative Deputy Lieutenant of Camden, Ms Roxane Zand, visited Belsize Streatery on the 11th September.  Mr Robert “Bob” Stephenson-Padron, managing director of Penrose Care and co-coordinator, Belsize Village Business Association, gave a history of Belsize Village and how it has now been transformed into a vibrant ‘village’ community where visitors feel welcome and engage with local businesses.

Cllr Sabrina Francis, Mayor of Camden; Cllr Adam Harrison, Cabinet Member for Sustainable Camden, Camden Council; Cllr Anne Clarke AM (Labour), London Assembly Member for Barnet and Camden, Aya Khazaal, owner of Pivoine Nail Spa and co-coordinator, Belsize Village Business Association and Robert “Bob” Stephenson-Padron managing director of Penrose Care and co-coordinator, Belsize Village Business Association were all in attendance.

     

     

     

     


Congratulations to the team at Toast Ale, who were presented their QAE Award at their offices, on the 4th August from Representative Deputy Lieutenant of Camden, Ms Roxane Zand.  To find out more about Toast Ale, please click here.


MBE for Castlehaven Community Association’s Eleanor Botwright

 

Eleanor Botwright received her award at the Town Hall in Camden, It was presented to her by Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Greater London, Sir Kenneth Olisa OBE.

Article sourced from: http://camdennewjournal.com/article/mbe-for-castlehaven-community-associatons-eleanor-botwright