British Museum, Head of Preventive Conservation
Lives in Richmond. Hannah has recently been appointed as Head of Preventive Conservation at the British Museum.
Prior to this, she was Conservation Manager - Research & Development for The National Archives, leading the expansion of TNA's portfolio of preventive conservation strategies and a team of preservation specialists. She has previously held roles in collection care at the National Trust and completed an internship for Museum of London. Hannah has been an active accredited member of the Institute for Conservation (ICON), the professional body for the sector in the UK, acting as Treasurer on the committee for the Gilding and Decorative Surfaces Group (2011-2014). Prior to her career in conservation, Hannah worked in the hospitality industry, managing a hotel with a turnover of £1million per annum.
Fellowship: Museums Consortium Fellowship
Role When Applying: Head of Preventive Conservation
Funding partners: British Museum, Imperial War Museum, Victoria and Albert Museum
Maria Garcia Holley
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