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Advisory Board

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David is an arts producer and manager, often found working across disciplines. He is currently Head of Live Programmes at Wellcome Collection. His previous roles include Arts Funding Manager at Wellcome Trust, Executive Director at Coney, General Manager at Fevered Sleep, and Producer & Marketing Manager at Young Vic. David is the Chair of KIT’s Advisory Board.
David Cahill Roots
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Amber is the founder and managing director of creative development agency, Blue Door. Amber has 18 years experience in creative development with a specialism in diversity, equity and inclusion, and works with brands, charities, governments and content producers to run strategic insight and innovation projects and create capabilities programmes across multiple categories.
Amber D’Albert
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Bunmi is the Headteacher of Shaftesbury Park Primary School, an award-winning, innovative community primary school in the heart of Battersea. Shaftesbury Park became the first school in the UK to receive the LabelFrancEducation by the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs, joining a network of over 250 accredited French bilingual schools in the world, and consistently ranks in the top 5% of schools for academics in the country. In October 2021, Shaftesbury Park won a coveted gold medal in the UNICEF-designated Rights Respecting School Awards scheme
Bunmi Richards
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Callum is the Managing Director of BOP Consulting, a global research and consulting practice for culture and the creative economy. His clients include the major funders of culture across the UK, including Arts Council England, BFI, DCMS, and others. 
Callum Lee
Kat Nilson
Sustainability Champion
Kat Nilsson is Director of Museums & Cultural Programmes at University College London. She oversees strategy at UCL museums that engage multiple audiences the incredible collections, inciting activism from within and without. She has 20 years of experience working in museums, much of it on environmental issues, and is delighted to be involved in multiple groups contributing to UCL’s activity on the climate crisis. As Head of National Public Programmes at the Natural History Museum she created their first UK Strategy, which made scientific research, natural history collections and direct engagement with nature accessible to over 5 million people through Dippy on Tour. Kat devised and led this Museums & Heritage Partnership of the Year award winning project. 
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Tisha brings ten years of experience in quality and fair education. She completed Teach First and was an English teacher for five years in the UK and abroad. After this, Tisha moved to global education policy and advocacy at Save the Children UK and co-led the collective action of Send My Friend to School, the UK coalition on global education inequality. Tisha’s first-hand experience of the power of internal innovation spurred her to join the Fair Education Alliance where she leads the Intrapreneurship Award. Tisha has Masters degrees in International Education Policy and in Education Leadership.
Tisha Verma
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