Marketing and Communications Officer
Emma graduated from the University of East Anglia in 2015 with a degree in History of Art. Since then, she has worked in a variety of marketing roles in arts and heritage, education and the charity sector.
Joining the team in September 2020 as Marketing and Communications Officer, Emma is responsible for raising the Institute’s profile to ensure as many people as possible can enjoy all that it has to offer. Emma manages the Institute’s social media channels, helps to maintain and update the website, designs marketing and publicity materials, and oversees advertising and PR opportunities. She is also responsible for all membership communications, including the Institute’s monthly e-newsletter.
Emma enjoys working closely with a friendly and hardworking team, along with other local organisations. She feels that the Institute has a truly unique offering for the local community and beyond, and loves being able to raise awareness of this. Emma is also looking forward to meeting more of the Institute’s regular visitors and members.