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EMMAJANE AVERY was Director of Learning and Visitor Experience at the V&A until 2017 where she managed learning programmes, gallery interpretation and visitor experience at V&A South Kensington, as well as being responsible for the running of the V&A Museum of Childhood in Bethnal Green. As a member of the V&A Senior Management Team, Emmajane was involved in delivering a range of major capital projects, and part of the team which received the Art Fund Museum of the Year award in 2016.

Emmajane has 18 years’ experience in museum education, interpretation, visitor experience and museum management. She is passionate about making museums and attractions as welcoming as possible and believes that the wonder and brilliance of art, design, culture and heritage should be accessible to all.

She started her career at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford before moving to Tate Modern as Curator of School and Teacher Programmes. She was then Head of Education at the Wallace Collection for eight years, where she oversaw the development of innovative school, public and community programmes, with one in six of all museum visitors taking part in a learning activity in 2009-10.

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PHILIP MOULD OBE is an international art dealer who through his books, television programmes and articles has become one of the best known personalities of the art world. He is widely consulted as an art world pundit, frequently sought for speaking engagements, and constantly in demand for his professional services as a specialist in early British art and portraiture.

Together with running his own fine art gallery in London’s fashionable Dover Street at the heart of Mayfair, Philip is celebrated for his discoveries. Because of his specialist talent for unearthing long-lost, forgotten masterpieces or exceptional works of art Philip’s expertise is in demand from collectors, academics and museums on both sides of the Atlantic.

Philip has written several books which reveal the extraordinary culture of detection behind art discoveries including Sleepers: In Search of Lost Old Masters (published in paperback as The Trail of Lot 163 by 4th Estate, London) and Sleuth: The Amazing Quest for Lost Treasures, the latter of which is sold in the USA under the title The Art Detective – Fakes, Frauds and Finds and the Search for Lost Treasures.

For the last three years Philip has become internationally known for his acclaimed BBC1 series Fake or Fortune? which he co-presents with Fiona Bruce. Now the most watched art programme on television (viewing figures of 4-5 million in Britain alone) the programme makes real-time art discoveries as well as revealing fakes. The third series is airing in January 2014 and he is shortly commencing work for the fourth series to be broadcast in 2015. Philip is also a regular on BBC1’s Antiques Road Show.

From 1988 to early 2011, Philip held the prestigious position of official art adviser to the House of Commons and to the House of Lords for which he received the OBE. He is President of Kids in Museums, President and formerly Chairman of Plantlife, the international wild plant conservation charity, a trustee of the English Heritage Foundation, and a patron of Fight for Sight. In 2013 he was awarded an honorary doctorate by his former university, East Anglia.Foundation.

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DEA BIRKETT founded Kids in Museums, the visitor-led organisation working with museums, galleries and heritage sites to make them more welcoming of children and families – in particular those who have never visited before. Dea is passionate about advocating the importance of museums in providing experiences, opportunities and ambitions to young people. The Kids in Museums Manifesto is the foremost family friendly audit document in the museum and arts sector. The Family Friendly Museum Award, which Kids in Museums founded and runs, is the biggest museum award in Britain and the only one judged by families.

Dea is also an award-winning writer and journalist, author of seven books including Serpent in Paradise, Off the Beaten Track and Three Centuries of Women Travellers (with the National Portrait Gallery). She is a contributor to the Guardian, Mail on Sunday and a wide range of national publications, as well as a regular commentator for the BBC. She is co-Director of TextWorkshop www.textworkshop.co.uk, working with museums and visitor attractions on their messages and written interpretation.

She is Creative Director of Many Rivers Films, an Emmy-nominated film company, making challenging dramas and documentaries. In 2011, she was on the Independent’s One Hundred Happy List.

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MARIELLA FROSTRUP is the first patron of Kids in Museums. Mariella has firmly established herself at the top end of opinion forming journalists and TV presenters. Defying any attempt to pigeonhole her skills and talents, Mariella has made her mark on a wide variety of programmes.

On television in a fifteen-year career she has continued to impress both audiences and critics with her friendly, accessible and intelligent screen presence. Her projects run the gamut from current affairs (Panorama, Question Time and Backlash) to movies and the arts, presenting Open Book and the recent Memory Season on BBC Radio 4.

Mariella is also a respected arts critic and has sat on the judging panels of many awards including the Booker Prize, the Orange Prize for Fiction, the Evening Standard Film Awards, the Amnesty International Media Awards, the Whitbread Book Of The Year, the London Film Festival and the RIBA Stirling Prize Awards 2006. Mariella lives in London with her husband and two children.

DAN SNOW is also a patron of Kids in Museums. He is a well-known historian, broadcaster and television presenter. He was born and raised in London, and remembers spending every weekend of his childhood being taken to castles, battlefields, country houses and churches. He developed a great love of history which he went on to pursue at Oxford University. While there he also rowed in the Boat Race three times. He left Oxford and immediately started presenting military history programmes with his father, Peter Snow. Their series, Battlefield Britain, won a BAFTA award. It told the story of 8 of the decisive clashes in British history from Boudicca to the Battle of Britain.

He has a regular slot on the ONE show on BBC1 and is also part of the BBC Events team, presenting anniversary programmes commemorating the end of World War Two in July 2005, Trafalgar in October 2005 and the Falklands War in 2007. His longer documentary work on BBC2 includes programmes on Hadrian, Montezuma, Dunkirk, the Royal Navy and World War Two archaeology. In the summer of 2011 Dan started presenting a regular BBC1 history show, ‘National Treasures Live.’ He has written or contributed to several books including ‘Death or Victory;’ the story of the siege of Quebec in 1759 and ‘Confusion of Command’ in which he published his great grandfather’s war diaries.

DAMIAN DIBBEN is an author and screenwriter with a passion for history and adventure. His internationally acclaimed series of books, THE HISTORY KEEPERS, are published in 26 languages in 40 countries, with a movie in development with Working Title, (Les Miserables, Billy Elliot).

Having worked first as an actor and then a successful screenwriter in the UK and Hollywood, THE HISTORY KEEPERS marked Damian’s first move into fiction writing. It has led to him being described by The Observer, as “one of the hottest properties in children’s fiction today”. Whilst researching the books – in which hero Jake Djones travels back in time through history – Damian is often to be found dipping in and out of the British Museum, as well as travelling around the world, most recently to China. On the subject of Kids in Museums he says, “I grew up in central London and museums totally shaped my life, from a young age, so I feel truly passionate on the subject of getting young people into museums.” The second book in the sequence, CIRCUS MAXIMUS, is just published.

Damian Dibben | interview with the creator of The History Keepers, The Telegraph, 21st June 2014

Damian Dibben explains how the judges reached their decision for this year’s Family Friendly Museum Award, The Telepgraph, 27th July 2014

BETTANY HUGHES is a rare talent in the broadcasting world. Following a scholarship to Oxford to read Ancient and Modern History, she has combined academic research with her campaigning work and investigations around the world to produce ground-breaking films and radio series. Her best-selling first book, Helen of Troy: Goddess, Princess, Whore has been translated into ten languages. Her book about Socrates, The Hemlock Cup; Socrates, Athens and the Search for the Good Life was a New York Times Bestseller.

In 2010 Bettany was made an Honorary Fellow of the Historical Association in recognition of her contribution to scholarship and an Honorary Fellow of Cardiff University in recognition of her contribution to public understanding. Bettany has written and presented many TV and Radio programmes including the forthcoming BBC 2 series Divine Women, ITV1’s Country At War, The Real Downton Abbey, Our Country At Christmas, BBC2’s The Seven Wonders of the Buddhist World (2011), BBC1’s The Day Jesus Died (2010) and Forgiveness (2011), BBC 2’s Atlantis: The Evidence (Timewatch Special) (2010), Channel 4’s The Bible: A History (Daughters Of Eve) (2010). Bettany is an advisor to the Foundation for Science Technology and Civilisation. She is a Research Fellow at King’s College, London.

Bettany Hughes | Kids in Museums: The Power of the Muse, The Telegraph, 4th April 2014

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MICHAEL SHEEN Recognised as one of the most talented of the new generation of British actors, Michael Sheen was born in Newport Wales and began his career on stage before making a successful transition to the big screen.

Trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London, Sheen won the coveted Laurence Olivier Bursary for consistently outstanding performances. While still a student at RADA, Sheen landed a starring role opposite Vanessa Redgrave in 1991’s When She Danced, which marked his West End debut.

Sheen has since earned an Olivier Award nomination for his performance as Mozart in the West End production of Peter Hall’s revival of Amadeus, which he went on to make his Broadway debut in the U.S. production in 1999.

He also received Olivier Award nominations for his performances in Look Back in Anger and Caligula, and Frost/Nixon for which he won a London Critics Circle Award and the London Evening Standard Award for Best Actor in 2003. He has also received acclaim for his performances in such plays as Romeo and Juliet, Peer Gynt and Henry V.

On television, Sheen’s credits include his heart-breaking portrayal of performer in the BBC’s Kenneth Williams: Fantabulosa! For which Sheen received a BAFTA nomination and the 2006 Royal Television Society Best Actor Award. He also received a 2005 BAFTA-nomination for his performance in Dirty Filthy Love, a drama in which he starred as an architect struggling to live with his obsessive-compulsive disorder. He also guest starred in an episode of Doctor Who alongside Matt Smith.

Sheen starred during the summer of 2007 on Broadway in the hit Frost/Nixon, which went on to translate into film. Sheen received a Distinguished Performance Award nomination from the Drama League for his work, among other accolades. This followed the sell-out run in London, where Sheen received nominations for Best Actor from the Olivier Awards and Evening Standard Awards.

In January 2009, Sheen was announced on The Queen’s annual honor list as being appointed an Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for his contributions to the arts. Since then he’s filmed several projects including The Special Relationship, sequel to The Queen. This film sees Sheen reprising his role as Tony Blair in which the former prime minister’s relationships with American presidents Bill Clinton and George Bush are explored. This has landed Michael a 2010 Emmy nomination for ‘Outstanding Lead Actor in a Miniseries or a Movie’.

Sheen was then seen on screen starring in the back-to-back hits, Frost/Nixon directed by Ron Howard from Peter Morgan’s screen adaptation of his play which received an Academy Award nomination for Best Picture, and Underworld: The Rise of the Lycans, the prequel to the popular Underworld franchise.

Michael has also recently created, co-directed and starred in the original and groundbreaking piece, The Passion of Port Talbot, a live three-day continuous event for National Theatre Wales, which took place in his hometown of Port Talbot. This has lead for Michael and Bill Mitchell to be jointly nominated for Best Director for a UK Theatre Award 2011.

Michael next appears in the new Showtime series, entitled Masters of Sex, in which Sheen both stars and produces, directed by John Madden which is on Channel 4. He has just finished filming alongside Tina Fey again, in the upcoming romantic comedy feature, ADMISSION.

Trustees

 

The Kids in Museums trustees are an interesting bunch, bringing a wide range of experience and outlooks to the board. The trustees oversee the vision and aims of the organisation and the implementation of the projects.

Stephen Allen began his working life as a history teacher in a north London comprehensive, he has since worked for over 20 years in museums in national, local authority and independent museums and galleries, for most part in the area of learning and at senior management level.  Past museum experience includes the London Transport Museum, Brent Museum and Archive, and the National Portrait Gallery.

He has been in his current post at National Museums Scotland since 2005 and has worked on a range of major capital projects as part of the masterplan of the redevelopment of the National Museum of Scotland.  As Head of Learning & Programmes, he has responsibility for school, family, adult, digital learning, and community engagement programming across their sites.

Outwith work, he takes great advantage of Edinburgh’s vibrant festival and cultural scene. He is a keen hill walker and is approaching the veteran stage of his footballing career. He is a member of the Children’s Panel in Edinburgh, the system which makes decisions about the care and welfare of vulnerable children and young people.

 

SASHA HAINES is Head of Legal Affairs for the Media Distribution division of The Walt Disney Company (Europe, Middle East & Africa).  This division is responsible for the distribution of Disney, Pixar, Marvel and LucasFilm content (TV, films, games etc) across a range of platforms throughout Europe, including to many new digital services such as Apple, Google and Amazon.

Before joining Disney in 2005, Sasha was a partner at the international law firm, Allen & Overy, specialising in intellectual property law and was involved with both litigation and commercial work.  Between Allen & Overy and Disney, she pursued a different ambition, obtaining an MSc in Philosophy from the LSE.

Sasha lives in London with her husband and two young children, and the whole family loves visiting museums and galleries.

 

 

ROSEMARY LARYEA As a Computer Science graduate, Rosemary Laryea worked in the IT industry for more than 12 years where she held a number of high profile strategic positions. Her wealth of experience, resourcefulness in the IT industry and her love for the media industry became the platform for a career change to radio and television presentation and production. Rosemary is an award winning content producer and presenter across radio and TV.  Since 2012 she has been producing and presenting an arts and culture TV show called Culture Vultures which transmits on Sky 199.  Culture Vultures is in its 5th series and was nominated for a Screen Nation Film and TV Award.

Rosemary’s passion for arts and culture is evident in her radio career as well. From 2008 to 2012 she produced and presented an arts and culture mid morning week day show on speech station, Colourful Radio. In 2010 she was voted ‘Best Female Presenter’ and ‘Best Interviewer’ by the Colourful Radio listeners. Celebrity interviews included Academy Award nominee film maker Spike Lee, bestselling novelist Kathryn Stockett, Grammy nominee Oleta Adams and Britain’s most foremost musical star Michael Ball.  The arts and culture strand continued when in September 2012 Rosemary became the first mid morning female presenter on music station Jazz FM. Her popular week day show included a ‘Book Club’ feature. When Rosemary left Jazz FM in November 2013, her show saw the highest growth QTR on QTR.

Currently Rosemary is a cover presenter at Premier Christian Radio and is busy working on a number of arts inspired programme ideas for Channel 4.  She is also a BBC Expert Voice in the Arts. Her other interests are: a trustee for mental health charity ‘Happy Soul’ and Chair of Wembley Futures – a Big Lottery initiative focused on creating lasting positive change to Wembley Central, North West London.

 

GEORGE MACKINTOSH is a serial entrepreneur. His present venture, TestPlant, is a Queen’s Award winning software producer and prolific exporter. The London based business has offices in the US and China and it makes the quirkily named “eggPlant” product range. George admits to being the suit rather than the geek. Born on a farm in the north of Scotland, he studied economics and business at the University of Edinburgh. He worked for Ford on the shop floor of the Dagenham engine plant before setting off on his series of information technology business adventures in London, Hong Kong and the USA.

George was a trustee of the National Literacy Trust for more than 10 years and he is a City of London livery company member. He is also an entrepreneur in residence at the University of Edinburgh Business School and a regular speaker and panellist representing technology small medium-sized enterprises.

Once a semi-professional sports car driver, George contains his interests to rather tamer pastimes such as gardening and looking after his young family and dogs in his home in north London.

 

ELIZABETH MCKAY is an award-winning creative leader with experience in heritage, public-service broadcasting and commercial advertising. She joined Historic Royal Palaces in 2012 as the Chief Learning and Engagement Officer with a brief to transform the scale and impact of learning. She delivered a new strategy to reach out to new audiences through fresh programming, large-scale events and increased digital interaction. Her team creates content and experiences that ignite discovery – on-site, off-site and online.  Prior to HRP, Elizabeth was the Head of BBC Learning Campaigns where she led a team to develop and deliver cross-platform campaigns, seasons and events as part of the BBC’s charter commitment to learning. Under her leadership, BBC Learning engaged over 5 million people across the UK and facilitated face-to-face contact with over 1 million each year. As an Executive Producer, her Learning projects won a number of awards including a Webby, Peabody, Children’s Bafta and a Royal Television Society Education Award for Best Campaign.  Prior to joining the BBC, Elizabeth had a successful career working on leading global and regional brands at Grey Advertising in London and New York.

Elizabeth holds a BA in English and American Literature and Language from Harvard University and an MBA from Oxford’s Graduate School of Business. Elizabeth lives in London with her husband and two young children who love museums (and historic houses, towers, palaces, gardens and towers of all shapes and sizes.)

 

ELERI THOMAS is the Deputy Police and Crime Commissioner for Gwent and supports the Commissioner in carrying out his duties. She leads on projects that deliver against the priorities in his Police and Crime Plan for Gwent and assists him in implementing his remit to deliver excellent, effective and efficient policing services for the people of Gwent.

Eleri is responsible for building strategic relationships with senior officers and managers at Gwent Police and works with external bodies including the UK and Welsh Governments, criminal justice partners, health boards, local authorities and the voluntary sector on joint projects and initiatives. She supports the PCC to engage with as many communities as possible to ensure they have a direct input into the type of policing they want to see locally.

Eleri, who was the former Chief Executive Officer and Deputy Children’s Commissioner for Wales, was recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list in 2009, being awarded a MBE for her services to children and young people whilst head of the children’s charity, Save the Children, in Wales.

She has more than 20 years’ experience of working in strategic leadership and management roles in Wales and has had national influence on areas of focus including safeguarding people; families living in poverty; looked after children and young people; the youth justice system; people experiencing mental health issues; young carers; community cohesion; integration of Gypsy Traveller families; hate crime and its impact on asylum seeking families; and child sexual exploitation.

She led on convening a national stakeholder leadership group on child sexual exploitation (CSE) which resulted in the production of a national action plan and coordinated the four UK Children’s Commissioners’ submission to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child in 2009 and 2016.

Eleri is a Trustee of the national children’s charity Kids in Museums and chair of Trustees of the Vale of Glamorgan Youth Forum.

 

LINSAY TRUEMAN leads CEO, C-suite, Board-level searches for private equity portfolio companies and Operating Partner searches for private equity funds. She specialises in the consumer and consumer technology sectors.

Prior to joining Lancor, Linsay was a Partner at a leading executive search firm, where she led the Consumer, Retail and Leisure Practice internationally. She has a track record of placing C-suite executives and Board members into mid and large-cap private equity backed businesses.

Earlier in her career, at Monitor Company, she focused on leading marketing strategy projects for a range of companies across Europe. Her consulting work drew upon her experience as Marketing Director of the privately-held spa and products group, the Sanctuary, and her management of Johnson & Johnson’s leading skincare brand, Neutrogena.

Linsay has an MBA from Harvard Business School and a MA in History from the University of Oxford.

 

DOM WAGHORN is Strategy Director at digital agency Syzygy, part of the WPP Group. He has been employed in the digital media and marketing industry since 1996 with experience in both the private and voluntary sectors.

At Syzygy he works with clients to develop and deliver digital strategies that help their businesses grow and deliver great websites, apps and services for their customers.

Prior to this, he led the digital and operational team at groundbreaking not-for-profit YouthNet, responsible for the youth information website www.thesite.org. Working at YouthNet provided first-hand experience engaging and connecting with young people, across different channels and platforms. Having been part of the organisation’s senior management team means he also understands the specific challenges and opportunities of the voluntary sector.

As a trained journalist, he has worked for the Guardian, edited the official Glastonbury Festival website and helped launch XTRA, New Zealand’s largest content portal and most popular website.

Outside of work, Dom can usually be located in a record store, gallery or trying out new gadgets with his two kids.

 

AMY SHAKESPEARE is Marketing and Impact Officer for the Cornwall Museums Partnership. She joined the Kids in Museums Board of Trustees in October 2018 as one of the charity’s first Young Trustees.

She began her museums career with work experience at local heritage sites, Wightwick Manor and Bantock Park House Museum. She then took on Front of House and Marketing roles at the National Maritime Museum in Cornwall, before joining the National Trust’s West Cornwall portfolio as Senior Visitor Experience Officer.

She also served as Communications Officer on the South West Federation of Museums and Art Galleries’ Committee.

 

SARAH MORENO is a Freelance Educator and works with museum learning teams to develop their audience engagement. In October 2018, she became one of the first Kids in Museums Young Trustees.

She currently works as a Learning Assistant at London Transport Museum, following an Arts Council England supported Young People’s Skills Programme apprenticeship there in 2015. Her current role includes coordinating outreach and recruitment, organising skills and employability events and mentoring current apprentices. Sarah is also Learning Intern at the Bethlem Museum of the Mind in Beckenham, London.

As one of the Heritage Lottery Fund’s Heritage Ambassadors, she helped to decide youth project funding awards, presenting to the HLF Board of Trustees. Sarah is an advocate for the benefits the sector brings to young people’s lives and wants to encourage institutions to “think outside the box” to reach new audiences.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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