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 The new chief executive of the RSA, Matthew Taylor, set out his vision for the organisation and the role of Fellows ​ in an email to Fellows in 2007. The new chief executive of the RSA, Matthew Taylor, set out his vision for the organisation and the role of Fellows ​ in an email to Fellows in 2007.
  
-> In essence, our aim is that the RSA becomes a network for civic +> In essence, our aim is that the RSA becomes a network for civic innovation, empowering both Fellows and staff to develop new initiatives that promote and deliver progress in society. We want to make it easier for any Fellow who wants to get involved to connect with other like-minded Fellows and to develop initiatives that seek to remove barriers to progress, working locally, in professional groups or simply among people who share interests and enthusiasms.
-innovation, empowering both Fellows and staff to develop new initiatives that promote and deliver progress in society. We want to make it easier for any Fellow who wants to get involved to connect with other like-minded Fellows and to develop initiatives that seek to remove barriers to progress, working locally, in professional groups or simply among people who share interests and enthusiasms.+
  
-* [Email in full here](matthew_taylors_vision) + 
-* This vision re-iterated in statements in 2009 and 2012. [Details here](mtsum)\\ +  ​* [Email in full here](matthew_taylors_vision) 
-* The RSA had received a grant of £100,000 from NESTA in order to develop the RSA networks project, and Fellows were invited to a major event on November 22 which took over the entire House.+  * This vision re-iterated in statements in 2009 and 2012. [Details here](mtsum)\\ 
 +  * The RSA had received a grant of £100,000 from NESTA in order to develop the RSA networks project, and Fellows were invited to a major event on November 22 which took over the entire House.
  
  
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