Ever since Prince Harry and Meghan Markle announced that they would be stepping back from their positions as working royals last year, plans for their nonprofit organization Archewell have been evolving, with the original Archewell website filling out to include pages for the Archewell Foundation, Archewell Audio, and Archewell Productions back in December. While the work of the foundation has already been underway, it’s clear they’re also still settling in to the new organization, including making some changes to the nonprofit’s internal staffing.
This week, the couple confirmed that they would be bringing on producer Ben Browning (The Big Sick, Promising Young Woman) as the head of content for Archewell Productions, which is slated to produce documentaries, feature films, scripted shows, and children’s programming for Netflix, and Archewell Audio, which will create Spotify-exclusive podcasts. Likewise, according to People, they’ve confirmed that the female-led “social impact and culture change agency” Invisible Hand founded by Genevieve Roth will also be coming onboard at Archewell.
They’re also making some internal changes at the Archewell Foundation, transitioning director Catherine St-Laurent to a senior advisory role while James Holt takes over as the foundation’s executive director, and global press secretary Toya Holness will step into Holt’s former duties managing communications in the UK.
“Archewell is incredibly pleased to welcome Ben, Genevieve and the…