- A specialist in Heritage learning.
- A skilled Public Programmer.
- An expert in helping museums and heritage sites create successful learning and engagement programmes for families, adult learners and communities.
- A qualified work-based learning assessor for Diploma and Apprenticeship programmes in museums.
- A Visiting Lecturer, teaching and tutoring students in museum education at postgraduate level.
- Knowledgeable and well connected in the sector through my roles in the Group for Education in Museums (GEM), International Council of Museums (ICOM), Committee for Education and Cultural Action (CECA) and as a judge for the Sandford Awards for museum education.
- A PhD researcher in Heritage Learning in the Centre for the History of the Emotions at Queen Mary University, London.
I am a passionate and committed heritage learning professional. I have over 12 years experience of creating and managing projects in different museums, cultural organisations and heritage sites such as Open House London, Historic Royal Palaces (HRP), the Victoria and Albert Museum (V&A), UCL Museums and Culture&.
I combine this practical experience with an academic grounding in theory, through my role as Visiting Lecturer on the MA in Museums and Galleries in Education at UCL Institute of Education and as a PhD researcher. I also have an in-depth understanding of cultural policy, strategy and best practice through my roles in sector support organisations such as GEM and ICOM.
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Here is a copy of my CV
Header image: Cabinet of curiosities box of objects for UCL Museums Art Club project