Who We Are:
Alice Sharp – Director and Curator
Victoria Burns – Deputy Director
Rosie Mortimer – General Manager
Olivia Gray – Projects Producer
Dorcas Taylor – Learning Manager and Curator
Emma Hallam – Marketing Manager
Martha Cattell – Project Assistant
Rachel Norton Drew – Youth Projects Producer
Stefania Valente – Book Keeper
Chair, Catherine Thornborrow, General Manager at Royal Court Theatre:
Catherine has been an Invisible Dust Advisor since 2010 providing support on financial management, Human Relations and Operations. She has extensive experience of directing and managing the operations and financial activity of large organisations with annual budgets in excess of £7.8 44 million.
Andrew Clay, Director of Creative Industries Centre Trust Ltd, Scarborough:
Andrew is a key member of our Board with a particular emphasis on strategic cultural infrastructure development and support on developing our networks in Yorkshire.
Fiona Fieber, Head of Learning and Participation at SPACE Studios:
Fiona has 20 years of experience in managing public realm projects and coordinating outstanding young people’s projects. She provides support on the development of our education strategy and best practice.
Lacey Glave, Senior Digital Manager at London College of Communication (UAL):
With over ten years of experience in digital communications, Lacey is a key member of the board, supporting the development of Invisible Dust’s digital communication strategies and aims.
Shonagh Manson, Assistant Director, Culture & Creative Industries, Greater London Authority:
Shonagh has been an Advisor to Invisible Dust since 2009 and has strategic first-hand knowledge of working with Trusts and Foundations. She sits on numerous panels and has a wealth of strategic management, and artistic experience and manages. In her previous role as Director of the Jerwood Charitable Foundation she managed annual budgets of £2 million.
Dr Erinma Ochu, Wellcome Public Engagement Fellow and Artist:
Erinma is a practice-based researcher, working to bridge the gap at the intersection of policy and practice through collaborative and collective practices, including art-science, citizen science and storytelling. Trained originally in neuroscience and film, she is a Lecturer in Open Science and Storytelling at The University of Salford and specialises in curating transdisciplinary platforms for collaborative learning, including The Recycled Robot Orchestra.
Ana Stanic, International Lawyer who specialises in the Environment:
Ana founded E&A Law in 2007 following 12 years of working in government and major legal firms. She specialises in providing tailored advice and legal representation services to states, international institutions and energy companies in the fields of Energy, Dispute Resolution and EU and International Law.
David Warner, Advisor and Consultant on social change:
Based in Scarborough, David brings over 30 years of experience as a fundraiser and a social sector leader. He was previously the Director of London Funders and Chief Executive of National Animal Welfare Trust. He continues to give advice on philanthropy and is committed to collaborative action and finding creative solutions for social change.