Amy joined the team as an intern in March 2016 during the final term of her Master’s degree in Cultural and Creative Industries at King’s College London. Amy’s study interests lie in literature, languages and heritage, and her final dissertation explored the intimate relationship between authoritarianism and the arts in 20th century Brazil.
Since completing her course, Amy has worked as a full-time administrator within the Fellowships team and Courses team, and provides administrative support to the Director and Board. Amy’s previous work experience has included undertaking exhibitions research for Hampshire Cultural Trust, where she helped set up the 2016/17 costume exhibition “Love Thy Denim” at Winchester Discovery Centre. She also works as an English, French and literacy tutor in South East London.
The leadership qualities Amy admires the most are adaptability, resilience and creativity.