We support cultural organisations to achieve best practice relating to collections, audiences and workforce.
We create paid developmental opportunities for emerging professionals and champion sustainable workforce development.
Charlie leads Culture Syndicates’ strategic direction and workforce development. She specialises in project management and grant capture.
Jess leads various projects that help museums to achieve high standards in collections, audience engagement and exhibition display. She specialises in collections management.
Neville is an expert in heritage management, and is a principal lecturer at Nottingham Trent University.
Helen coordinates projects; her expertise includes cultural management and archaeology.
Hollie works on projects that build resilience in the workplace, developing varied and engaging internships that will encourage diversity within the sector.
Lizzie coordinates Culture Syndicates’ marketing and operations, developing her skills and interest in cultural business practice.
Sophie is a recent graduate in Museum and Heritage Development at NTU with a particular interest in access and education. She wishes to improve her skills in marketing and collections care.
Jake is an accomplished heritage assistant and provides administration support for the Resilience Syndicate project.
Jack is experienced in working on collections and access projects. He has a special interest in archives.
Kelly is currently studying Conservation at The University of Lincoln, and is interested in collections management and gaining a broader understanding of the Heritage sector.
Amy is experienced in working in outreach and collection management projects, and is interested in creative interpretation.
Zoe hopes to develop her arts education and community engagement experience, whist gaining a broader insight into the heritage sector. She specialises in art history, and has a specific interest in diversifying audiences.
Natasha specialises in early modern history and is particularly interested in access and education.
Lisa is using her time as a heritage assistant to develop and learn skills in collection management, outreach and audience engagement. She has a special interest in social history.