Dawn Hill (Chair)

Dawn is an experienced consultant with a background in human resource management, the NHS and education. Dawn has been a Non-Executive Director of Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust from 1999 to 2007 and currently chairs the Trust’s Evelina Hospital School. She is a member of the Chartered Institute for Personnel and Development and has worked at senior levels in the NHS, Social Services and Education and is also a former trained nurse (SRN). Dawn has been actively involved with voluntary community organisations for over 30 years.

Conrad Peters FRSA 

Conrad held senior roles within the International and Corporate sectors of a major UK bank in the City for many years. Following voluntary redundancy In 1999, he took up two one year interim assignments; One as Head of Operations at the Windsor Fellowship and the other as Acting Head of Learning and Access at the Archives Libraries Museums London. He later set up his training and development consultancy working with private and public sector organisations. Latterly Conrad returned to his lifelong passion for acting and is enjoying his re-engagement with the art. Conrad served as Vice Chair of School Governors for four years and also served as Chair of the BCA (2003-2005) following the passing of its founder Len Garrison.


Jonathan Akwue

Jonathan joined Engine, the UK’s largest independent marketing communications group, in 2007. As a Director within its digital consulting practice, he worked extensively with central government departments developing award winning digital and multi–channel innovation services. Having been made Partner and Global Client Managing Director, he is now responsible for managing key accounts, as well as overseeing Engine’s work in the UK Public Sector.


Errol Donald

Errol is a Creative Director, his professional career spans more than 20 years in design, brand development and marketing communications. Working primarily in the commercial and corporate sectors he has held senior positions at  Michelin, Mercer Consulting, and global legal practice Hogan Lovells.

Errol is also an active and committed volunteer in the arts and education sectors.


Kimberly Keith

Kimberly earned her PhD in Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London, researching how US and UK museum practitioners develop and engage diverse audiences in relation to disparate organisational cultures and strategic policies. For fifteen years Kimberly worked in museums developing educational programmes, most specifically for at-risk youth and diverse audiences, at the Children’s Museum of Seattle, Washington and the Museum of Glass: International Centre for Contemporary Art in Tacoma, Washington.


Maureen Roberts

Maureen is an Interpretation Officer at the London Metropolitan Archives she organises the annual Huntley Conference, creates study packs using archive materials, has created  original walks, creative writing programmes, educational workshops and curated the successful Freedom Roads Exhibition at the Guildhall  Art Gallery. A published author and teacher with M.A’s in Education and Language Arts and Creative Writing, who has worked in educational administration with American University study abroad programmes. As a Researcher at London Metropolitan Archives she catalogued the Eric and Jessica Huntley Bogle-L’Ouverture Publishing collection, the first major collection acquired by LMA from the African Caribbean community in London.