Heritage Open Days Marketing and Projects Manager, National Trust
Liam is a museums and heritage professional with an MA in Cultural Heritage Studies from UCL's Institute of Archaeology. He currently works as a Marketing and Projects Manager leading on the national promotion of the Heritage Open Days festival. Having worked in museums and arts organisations in various roles, he has a wide background in marketing and branding, visitor experience, commercial services, museum management, and community engagement. He is a Forest Gate resident with a keen interest in local history.
Chief Executive of SubCo Trust
Having lived and worked in Newham since 1983, an Asian Muslim woman and mother with 3 children born in Newham, Taskin is passionate about influencing all areas that impact the lives of individuals and families from our communities.
In her current role as the Chief Executive of SubCo Trust, she provides a range of services for Asian elders and their families; partnerships across community organisations; training and capacity building.
Taskin has a close working relationship with many organisations both locally and nationally with existing and new partners and is collaborating on several projects that will impact positively on residents of Newham. She can highlight the impact of the lack of engagement of older people and vulnerable families, particularly during the Coronavirus epidemic.
Taskin has sat on a range of boards and steering groups in the statutory sectors, including Newham Primary Care Trust, as a school governor, various Health and Wellbeing Strategic Boards and Leadership Groups, and as a trustee of numerous voluntary and sector community groups. She has worked for both Newham Council and the voluntary sectors in Newham for over 38 years. She is a qualified Social Worker, Graduate and Manager with Leadership skills.
Collections Manager, Amersham Museum
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Eastside Community Heritage, School 360, Sugar House Lane, Stratford, London, E15 2QS
Eastside Community Heritage, Trinity Centre, East Avenue, East Ham, London, E12 6SG
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