Originally appointed as the Centre’s inaugural CEO before personal reasons forced her to reject the job offer, Llewellyn will take up her new role on 15 July.
When the Wheeler Centre – originally known as the Wheeler Centre for Books, Writing and Ideas, and established in 2008 in response to Melbourne becoming a UNESCO City of Literature – first opened its doors to the public in 2010, it had already had a change of personnel behind the scenes.
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