Jane Millichip

Jane Millichip, CEO of BAFTA, photographed at the charity's headquarters at 195 Piccadilly, London, U.K. 

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BAFTA is the leading arts charity, awards body, and membership organisation that represents the film, games and television industries. BAFTA’s charitable remit is to level the playing field for all creatives and practitioners, regardless of background or life experience; to advocate progressive practices, and to champion the screen arts. As CEO of BAFTA, Jane also oversees Albert, the sustainability organisation for the screen industries dedicated to the reduction of harmful greenhouse emissions and to the provision of research and data to enable creators to tackle climate narratives in storytelling. 

Prior to BAFTA, Jane was Chief Content Officer of Sky Studios, overseeing editorial and commercial activities in Europe. At Sky, she also established Sky’s production portfolio and built its IP and distribution business. She has over 30 years of experience in media, including TV Production, Distribution, Broadcasting, M&A, and Print Journalism. She is a trustee of SEEd, sustainability and environmental education charity, a WFTV mentor, and a regular contributor to the independent arts and culture magazine Good on Paper.